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Jose Aldo: Injured ribs are 'great,' waiting for UFC to schedule Conor McGregor fight

RIO DE JANEIRO – Jose Aldo says he’s healthy and ready to unify the UFC featherweight championship with interim titleholder Conor McGregor as soon as possible.Filed under: News, UFC

Coach Pederneiras on possibilities: Barao to 145, champ Aldo's December return

Nova Uniao head coach Andre Pederneiras has some updates on Renan Barao, who could be moving to featherweight, and featherweight champ Jose Aldo, who might return by year’s end.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Patricio ‘Pitbull’ Freire: Bellator MMA Champion Goes Under The Knife, Aims For A November Return To Competition

Among the MMA community, it is often said the best featherweight in MMA today is Jose Aldo “Junior.” However, there is another featherweight fighter nipping at his heals as Patricio “Pitbull” Freire is known as the best featherweight in MMA outside of UFC. Show More Summary

Dana White on why AT&T Stadium makes sense for Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor

UFC officials have long teased an event at AT&T Stadium near Dallas. Company president Dana White, however, has insisted it all hinges on an appropriate matchup for the massive venue.Filed under: News, UFC

Fighters on Conor McGregor's title win: 'He beat my ass' to 'Jose Aldo will kick his ass'

While newly crowned UFC interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor’s name elicits a variety of responses from fellow fighters, they mostly agree on one thing: He handled his business at UFC 189.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Joe Lauzon says criticism of Jose Aldo's injury 'not warranted'

Joe Lauzon addressed a common complaint from fans after Jose Aldo’s rib injury forced him out of UFC 189. Lauzon says that Aldo was training exactly as he should have been when he sustained his injury.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, Radio Highlight, UFC, (...)

Conor McGregor vs. Ronda Rousey: Who's Really the Biggest UFC Star?

At times, the UFC has found it difficult to successfully promote its top fighters. Perennial champions like Jose Aldo and Demetrious Johnson have been unable to captivate the audiences that their skills would suggest they can bare. The...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo Is Threatening to Sue Chael Sonnen and the UFC for Defamation, Apparently

(Aldo, seen here checking out his new fighter kit.) While Jose Aldo has never been one to mince words with the UFC brass, the idea that he might actually bring legal action against his employers has never been something we considered with much gravitas. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo launches wild litigation spree, threatens to sue UFC and Chael Sonnen over recent rib roast

Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo has been asking Chael Sonnen to STFU for several years and to the surprise of no one, "The American Gangster" has ignored his request. Because that would be no fun. Show More Summary

A Rebellious José Aldo Takes Aim at the IV Ban

Photo by Buda Mendes/Zuffa LLC For months now, UFC featherweight champion José Aldo has been in a state of open rebellion. Against the UFC, against Dana White, against Conor McGregor, against self-promotion, even against the realities of late capitalism and the cultural hegemony of the English-speaking world. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor Talks, but Jose Aldo Reigns as UFC's Truly Outspoken Champion

In trying to determine who is the UFC's most outspoken featherweight, it might take a while to consider Jose Aldo. Conor McGregor 's Gaelic gift of gab garners most of the headlines at 145 pounds. These days, you might even think ofShow More Summary

Conor McGregor's dad explains why UFC won't book another World Tour with Jose Aldo, and it's not because of injury

So I guess this is a thing now? Parents can't help but get involved when their kids play sports, evidenced by all those douchebags who scream and cause a commotion during little league games, but I was kind of hoping mixed martial arts...Show More Summary

Did Jose Aldo do right thing with UFC 189 withdrawal? Michael Bisping offers support

Jose Aldo withdrawing from his UFC 189 bout with Conor McGregor due to a rib injury dominated the news for weeks. Check out what some UFC fighters had to say about his decision.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos

Rival UFC champion comes to Jose Aldo's aid after UFC 189 injury crisis

Who could it be? Hint: He hails from Team Alpha Male. To say there is little turmoil between both the Team Alpha Male and Nova Uniao fight camps would be doing one of mixed martial arts (MMA) everlasting feuds an injustice. Each camp...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo blasts IV ban, dares USDA 'ninjas' to catch him

UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo has no intention of moving up a weight class following a new ban on intravenous rehydration by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, and intends to defy any attempts to make him stop. Speaking toShow More Summary

Report: Conor McGregor vs. José Aldo Will Go Down in Dallas

Photo by Tom Dulat/Zuffa LLC According to report by Yahoo Sports, the anticipated bout between Conor McGregor and José Aldo might happen in Dallas, Texas. Initially, the Irish MMA phenomenon had expressed his interest in fighting Aldo...Show More Summary

UFC News: Jose Aldo Ducking Conor McGregor? Chael Sonnen Thinks So, Says Fight Between The Two Will Never Happen

According to former UFC middleweight contender Chael Sonnen, the current UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo was ducking Conor McGregor when he pulled out of their fight at UFC 189, saying that if Aldo wanted to fight through the injury,...Show More Summary

Despite camp beef, T.J. Dillashaw sympathizes with fellow titleholder Jose Aldo

The relationship between Team Alpha Male and Nova Uniao is fragile and oftentimes hostile. However, that didn’t stop UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw from standing up for fellow titleholder Jose Aldo.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Conor McGregor's showdown with Jose Aldo could land at Cowboys stadium

Conor McGregor's ability to draw a record $7.2 million live gate Saturday night at MGM Grand has raised the possibility that his greater showdown with Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight champion Jose Aldo will be fought at AT&T Stadium in Texas.

Report: Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor title fight possible for AT&T Stadium on Dec. 5 in Dallas

AT&T Stadium has been on the promotion's radar for the last few years, and with a schedule conflict at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, it's been reported that UFC 194 could be headed to Dallas, Texas, with Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor as the main event on Dec. Show More Summary

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