From where the UFC now stands, Jose Aldo will fight no more forever. Unless, of course, the world's largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion is willing to meet his recent demands, which call for a featherweight title shot upon his 2016 return. Show More Summary
Former long-time featherweight champion José Aldo is aching to have his revenge over current 145-pound king Conor McGregor, even if it means not fighting for the title.
A month and a half after getting flatlined by Conor McGregor with the first punch landed in the biggest fight of the year, former UFC featherweight titleholder José Aldo broke his silence last week, demanding that his next fight be for the featherweight strap and/or a rematch against McGregor. Show More Summary
Former long-time featherweight champion José Aldo is willing to remain on the sidelines for another year, if that is what it would take for him to get another shot at the title.
Photo by Todd Lussier/Zuffa LLC It is a truth universally acknowledged that the worst position to hold in a fighting organization is that of the gatekeeper: the perpetual number two who failed in his attempt or attempts at winning the title but who remains the clear best among all the others within their division. Show More Summary
VideoLAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 12: Conor McGregor speaks at a post-fight press conference after beating Jose Aldo in their featherweight title fight during UFC 194 at MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 12, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. McGregor won with a first-round knockout. (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images) For [...]
In a sport that never stops moving, even MMA junkies can struggle to keep up with all the latest news. If you missed any of Thursday’s biggest headlines, catch up with “The Comeback.”Filed under: Bellator, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos (...)
It appears Jose Aldo might be sitting on the sidelines for a very long time if he’s not willing to stray from his demand of a title shot or Conor McGregor rematch for his next contest.Filed under: News
The nature of his loss to Conor McGregor and the presence of Frankie Edgar gives the Brazilian little upon which to stand, writes Andreas Hale.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Jose Aldo insists he's been quiet following his first-round knockout loss to Conor McGregor, which took place at the UFC 194 pay-per-view (PPV) event last month in Las...Show More Summary
MMA legend Jose Aldo has confirmed he will not fight in the UFC again unless he’s handed a rematch against Conor McGregor or a title shot. The Brazilian, regarded as one of the sport’s greatest competitors, lost his featherweight strap to McGregor in 13 seconds at UFC 194. Show More Summary
“I will not accept any other fight other than a title shot.”
Jose Aldo already made it clear that he will accept no fight outside of a chance to challenge for a UFC title, but he drove home the point on Facebook.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Last month the Dublin tabloid newspaper Sunday World celebrated local hero Conor McGregor’s UFC 194 win over Jose Aldo by showing the world where the new featherweight champion would be laying his head upon his triumphant Christmastime return to Dublin. Show More Summary
Conor McGregor had a plan to knock out Jose Aldo and then do a stadium show in his native Dublin. He accomplished the first task in short order. The second? Well, plans change.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
Jose Aldo will only accept Conor McGregor rematch next because it is his right It didn't take long for Conor McGregor to get his next fight after he dethroned Jose Aldo from the Featherweight mountain at UFC 194 last month (see it),Show More Summary
Brazil's elite mixed martial arts (MMA) team Nova Uniao has come under fire of late, not only because their premiere fighters Renan Barao and Jose Aldo have lost their UFC belts, but over accusations of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs). Aldo's...Show More Summary
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Jose Aldo was paid $400,000 for his first-round knockout loss to bitter rival Conor McGregor in the UFC 194 main event, which took place just last month in Las Vegas,...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS--If you thought Conor McGregor used up his well of material during the 11-month odyssey that was his rivalry with Jose Aldo, you would be mistaken. That much was clear during a Wednesday press conference at the MGM Grand to promote McGregor's March 5 bout against lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos. Show More Summary
UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos has promised to "finish" Conor McGregor when the pair meet in March. Fresh from his brutal defeat of Jose Aldo in December 2015—to claim the featherweight crown—McGregor has decided to step up...Show More Summary