UFC 176's main event featherweight title fight has been wiped out for now thanks to an injury to the champion. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC more
After losing its main event, UFC 176 has been officially "postponed," though realistically, it has been cancelled. Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole first reported the news, and the UFC has subsequently confirmed it: The UFC® has announced that the UFC 176 Pay-Per-View event scheduled for August 2nd will be postponed. The featherweight championship fight between Aldo and Mendes is expected to take place later this year and all other fights previously slated for UFC 176 are being rescheduled for upcoming more
SAN JOSE, Calif. - UFC president Dana White didn't stick around for one of his traditional post-fight scrums on Saturday night UFC on FOX 12, leaving during the middle of the press conference at the SAP Center.
But he dropped one news item of note before he bolted: The rescheduled Jose Aldo Jr. vs. Chad Mendes featherweight title fight will take place in Brazil in Oct.
While a date and location was not announced, UFC 179 is scheduled for Oct. 25 in Rio de Janeiro.
The rematch between Aldo, who h more
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo will return from injury and defend his title against Chad Mendes at UFC 179 in Rio de Janeiro, UFC President Dana White announced on Saturday. more
The injury bug has bitten Jose Aldo once again. more
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo is injured and out of the pay-per-view main event against Chad Mendes, according to a report from UFC Tonight on Wednesday. more
LAS VEGAS – UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo’s injury won’t keep him from a rematch with No. 1 contender Chad Mendes.Filed under: News, UFC more
UFC chairman and CEO Lorenzo Fertitta joined Fox Sports Live on Tuesday to explain the UFC 176 cancellation, providing a new target date for Jose Aldo vs. Chad Mendes II. more
Jose Aldo is not happy with Chad Mendes' recent words on Ariel Helwani's The MMA Hour.
The UFC featherweight champion was recently forced out of his Aug. 2 rematch with Mendes at UFC 176, and the challenger used the downtime to add some fuel to their eventual battle, questioning Aldo's injury history and insinuating that Aldo simply doesn't want to take the fight. While Aldo did not reply immediately to Mendes' claim that the Brazilian champ "can't run from me forever," the eventual response was more