It was not the finish Jose Aldo envisioned, but he accepted it nonetheless.
RIO DE JANEIRO – Although he was billed as a "Korean Zombie" who could withstand an inordinate amount of damage, even Chan Sung Jung couldn't fight through an injured shoulder.
Chan Sung Jung was not expecting this.
RIO DE JANEIRO – It takes a small army of security personnel to usher Jose Aldo into the van that awaits the UFC's featherweight titleholder. Along the way, he answers as many reporters' que...
Jose Aldo is taking his next challenge seriously, despite entering his UFC 163 clash with Chan Sung Jung as a 7-1 favorite to retain his featherweight title.
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo will wait to make a decision on whether or not he'll move up to the lightweight division until after his UFC 163 title fight with "The Korean Zombie," Ch...
Jose Aldo puts his featherweight title on the line next month at UFC 163 in Rio de Janeiro. Now you can watch the full fight from when he took the belt against Mike Brown at WEC 44.
Anthony Pettis has suffered a knee injury that will not allow him to challenge Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight title.
UFC 163 Play-by-Play: Jose Aldo vs. Chan Sung Jung
Anthony Pettis is injured and out of the UFC 163 headlining title fight with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Chan Sung Jung has already agreed to take his place.
A report today of an injury to Anderson Silva brought swift denials from the middleweight champ's reps and the UFC.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Saturday announced that UFC 163 will take place on Aug. 3 in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.
Chad Mendes has only ever lost a fight to UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, and it sticks in his craw. He wants that fight again, and he wants it bad.
Texas, Chicago and Las Vegas' loss will apparently be Rio de Janeiro's gain. According to Brazilian website Tatame.com, Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena will play host to August's UFC 163.
Prior to Marlon Sandro's fight at Thursday's Bellator 92 event, MMAjunkie.com's Christian Stein headed to Brazil for a trip to the featherweight tournament participant's home gym.