Jose Aldo wants Anthony Pettis at lightweight, eyes UFC history


UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo was expected to put his belt on the line against Anthony Pettis before "Showtime" was forced to withdraw from the fight. Now that Pettis is the UFC's lightweight champ, Aldo would prefer to move up and fight for that belt, instead. view original article >>
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