Results for: Aldo in news

  • 4 days ago
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Much like his countryman Lyoto Machida, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo doesn't seem to have much of an issue fighting PED users. Speaking with Combate, Aldo explains that while he recognizes the downside of performance enhancing drugs in fighting, he can certainly see where exceptions could be made. "From a sportive standpoint, we try to look it with good eyes," said Aldo. "I don't see any problems. If you have problems, you need to take more things because the doctor prescribed, that's fi read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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At 28 years of age with 26 career fights and seven UFC featherweight title defenses behind him, Jose Aldo is opening up. Usually reserved and quiet before, during and after fights, Aldo has been caught peeping out of his shell in recent months. As he noted in a recent interview with Globo's Combate (transcribed and posted by Bloody Elbow's Fernando Arbex and Zane Simon), Aldo is "getting a taste" for the pre-fight bad-mouthing, undoubtedly a response to the many verbal jabs of his next challenge read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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Jose Aldo thinks that fans may be too quick to jump on MMA's PED problem, or athletes caught using. Jose Aldo is all set to take on Conor McGregor at UFC 189 this coming July. The two men will square off in Las Vegas for the 8th defense of Aldo's UFC featherweight title. A win for Aldo would keep him one behind Jon Jones (assuming Jones defends his title successfully at UFC 187) and Georges St-Pierre, and two defenses behind Anderson Silva on the all time list. But those numbers and that title d read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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UFC 189: Aldo vs. McGregor fight card rumors and start times for the July 11 event in Las Vegas. read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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Outspoken Irishman Conor McGregor has shocked the fight world once again. On Friday, the Dublin native briefly became the betting favorite against longtime champion Jose Aldo. What are the chances that Conor McGregor beats long time champion Jose Aldo? Well, according to the odds makers, it is not very unlikely at all. In fact, for a few moments, the Dubliner was the betting favorite for the fight. After some heavy movement on the betting line on Friday, McGregor, who meets Aldo at the UFC 189's read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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What are Conor McGregor’s chances of upsetting longtime UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo? According to the betting public, they’re surprisingly good. In fact, for a brief time, “Notorious” was actually favored to win.Filed under: News, (...) read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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We are done and a champion is crowned! Get the final results here and see how the BE's Baddest Greatest MMA Striker Tournament finished up. All hail the king. You, the Bloody Elbow readers have spoken and your voices have been heard, and now, the greatest MMA striker of all time is... JOSE ALDO The UFC Featherweight champion defeated Anderson Silva by a score of 110-86 in the final round to claim the gold, handing Silva the silver. Important to note that this Silva vs. Aldo match-up came right a read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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Chad Mendes was asked on who he wants to win the featherweight title fight between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor. Chad Mendes was asked who he will be rooting for on the upcoming featherweight championship bout between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor. According to the two-time UFC title challenger, his heart and his head -- or better yet, his wallet -- are a bit conflicted on that matter. "Ultimately, in my best interest, I want Conor to win," Mendes told MMA Fighting. "This puts me right back in li read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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Chad Mendes won't exactly be draping an Irish flag around himself in July. But the top featherweight contenders does have somewhat of a rooting interest when it comes to Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor for the 145-pound title at UFC 189. Mendes has mixed feelings about the fight in general. He just knows how business works. And he thinks if McGregor wins and becomes champion there is an easier road for him back to a title shot. That being said, Mendes also wants a third crack at Aldo at some point, read news >>

  • 24 days ago
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Jim Alers and Conor McGregor have never gotten along, so when asked about the Irishman's chances against Jose Aldo, the answer was quite predictable. Conor McGregor and Jim Alers just don't get along. Before McGregor and Alers were both racking off wins in the UFC's octagon, the pair were both dominating in Cage Warriors and in 2012 it looked set that the pair would settle their differences in the cage. But the fight was scraped and Alers was replaced by Ivan Buchinger. December 31, 2012 served read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today it's the championship fight: Anderson Silva vs. Jose Aldo! Folks, this is it. It's time to determine who is indeed MMA's Greatest Striker of All Time. In one corner, overall tournament #1 seed Anderson Silva. Silva has been ridiculously dominant so far. In his first three fights against Renan Barao, Demetrious Johnson, and Bas Rutten, his opponents brought in a total of 17 votes. Final Four o read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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Conor McGregor said he saw the fear when he stared into UFC champion Jose Aldo's eyes, and he's going to use that when the two meet at UFC 189. read news >>

  • 29 days ago
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LAS VEGAS -- Jose Aldo has won 18 straight fights and is the best featherweight champion in the history of MMA. But for Conor McGregor? He's just another guy. "I don't feel his boxing is great," McGregor said Friday during the fan Q&A before UFC 183 weigh-ins. "His shot selection is poor. I would classify him as an intermediate at best. I feel his kicking game is overrated really. He cannot kick high. I don't feel there's anything special about him. He's just another body that moves the way they read news >>

  • a month ago
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LAS VEGAS -- During a scrum at UFC 183, Conor McGregor talks about his upcoming title fight with Jose Aldo, a potential stadium show, the source of his confidence, the holes in Jose Aldo's game, his wide karate stance, remaining focused, whether lightweight is in his future, and more. read news >>

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