Frankie Edgar is used to being the underdog and he's never going to be the one to tell you any different - he just plans on showing Jose Aldo and the rest of the world at UFC 156.
Three fighters from Saturday’s UFC 156 card have been handed potential six-month medical suspensions by the Nevada Athletic Commission.
Former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, as well as Evan Dunham and Francisco Rivera, could be on the sidelines until August following UFC 156.
Frankie Edgar was tough from bell to bell, but Jose Aldo had to admit, while Edgar is a very tough fighter, the toughest fight on his resume was against former WEC champion Urijah Faber.
"I don't wanna be talking about do you think you won, this and that," said Frankie Edgar after his fight with Jose Aldo. "He left with the belt and he's the champion, deservedly."
Jose Aldo retained his title in a closely contested main event fight, while Frankie Edgar once again feels the sting of a tough decision that didn't go his way.
Jose Aldo trumped onetime lightweight king Frankie Edgar on Saturday night in the UFC 156 main event, taking a five-round unanimous decision from “The Answer” to cap the evening’s pay-per-vi...
Aldo's quickness early on proved the difference despite another courageous comeback from Edgar.
Jose Aldo retained his featherweight title at UFC 156 on Saturday night, outpointing ex-lightweight ace Frankie Edgar in their “Fight of the Night”-winning headliner.
UFC 156 Play-by-Play: Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar