Frankie Edgar Still Likely Receiving Next Shot at Jose Aldo When He Returns


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The bad news for Frankie Edgar was hearing that Jose Aldo was out of UFC 153 with an injury. The good news is that he will still likely face Aldo upon his return either later this year or in early 2013. view original article >>

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