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Chad Mendes will not be fighting Jose Aldo at UFC 133 in August, but the UFC's top featherweight contender still intends to compete on the card. Read More >> read news >>
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. read news >>
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Jose Aldo hasn't withdrawn from anything, according to his manager, Ed Soares.
Still, it doesn't appear the UFC featherweight champion will be facing Chad Mendes when he returns to the cage.
Aldo, who is still under medical suspension following his UFC 129
victory over Mark Hominick, is hoping for a September return according
to his manager, Ed Soares. But Mendes' camp says the undefeated
challenger is itching to get back in the cage and will not wait for the
champion to heal.
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TORONTO - UFC president Dana White isn't sure why Jose Aldo seemingly didn't pull the trigger at Saturday's UFC 129 event.
But the UFC's first-time defending featherweight champion did enough to get the win, and his next opponent may already be lined up.
Following Aldo's win over Mark Hominick, White said 145-pound contender Chad Mendes could be next, and it could happen at UFC 133.
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Check out the “Fight Motion” super-slow-motion highlights of the UFC’s most recent pay-per-view event.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>
Great UFC fights don’t just entertain fans and build legacies – they inspire others on the promotion’s roster. Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
That's according to his former Jungle Fight promoter, Wallid Ismail. In case you haven't noticed, most of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) belts are no longer owned by Brazilian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters. Just ask Anderson Silva, he'll tell you why. Jose Aldo, though, is holding down the fort for his fellow countrymen, as he remains the last Brazilian titleholder inside the Octagon; though Chad Mendes did his best to make it an All-American championship league in their five-round read news >>
At UFC 179 last night (Sat., Oct. 25, 2014), Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes battled over the featherweight title inside Maracanazinho Gymnasium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In an incredible bout, Aldo retained his title via unanimous decision. Find out how below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight superstars Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes dueled over the position of champion last night (Sat., Oct. 25, 2014) at UFC 179 inside Maracanazinho Gymnasium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Looking to aveng read news >>
With apologies to Conor McGregor, the finely tailored Irishman who has taken the Ultimate Fighting Championship by storm, Saturday night's UFC 179 event proved that the two best featherweights in the world reside Brazil and the United States. McGregor will have his day in the sun, and I suspect it will come sooner rather than later; I've already stockpiled column ideas for the eventual day when we find out Dennis Siver has suffered a mysterious injury and has been forced out of his January bout read news >>
RIO DE JANEIRO – It took 25 minutes, and pretty much all he had, but Jose Aldo still is champion after a Saturday night slugfest. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
Check out the UFC 179 fight highlights from the Jose Aldo vs. Chad Mendes featherweight title fight in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday. read news >>
In a bout that many will consider a candidate on the short list for 2014's Fight of the Year, Jose Aldo retained his UFC featherweight title in a five-round war with top contender Chad Mendes in the main event of UFC 179 on Saturday night. Their performances earned them Fight of the Night honors and $50,000 each. UFC President Dana White announced them as winners of the bonuses at the event's post-fight press conference. Aldo won the bout via unanimous decision, claiming 49-46 across all three j read news >>
Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes led the way for the UFC 179 fighter bonuses, scoring the Fight of the Night honors in Rio. read news >>
The thrilling title fight main event between featherweight champion Jose Aldo and Chand Mendes won ‘Fight of the Night’ honors, while Following a three-week hiatus, MMA's top promotion returned to action with the first PPV event in the Brazil since August 2013. The event, which featured a highly anticipated title fight rematch between Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes, was a typical Brazilian fight card - it featured a wide array of slick submissions and vicious knockouts to send the crowd home satisfie read news >>