- 2 years ago
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According to a report from Brazil's UOL Esporte, UFC featherweight
champion Jose Aldo was involved in a weekend traffic accident but walked
away relatively unscathed.
The UFC 153 headliner was reportedly traveling by motorcycle in Rio de Janeiro when he was struck by a passing car.
Fortunately for the champion (and UFC executives), Aldo walked away from
the minor incident with only a few minor scratches and bruises, and the
episode is not expected to impact his upcoming contest w read news >>
Bleacher Report lead mixed martial arts writers Jonathan Snowden and Jeremy Botter have banded together—much like a modern-day version of the Justice League—to take on the most important questions facing the MMA world. Welcome to The Question. Now that Conor McGregor has proven he's got legitimate star power, setting ratings records on Fox Sports 1, a new question comes to the fore. Will he prove to be equally as devastating in the cage as he is at the box office? He's established himself as a l read news >>
- 3 months ago
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Following his win this past weekend in UFC Fight Night 57, Frankie Edgar said he deserves the next shot at featherweight champion Jose Aldo. Now, he’s pushing a proposed date, too.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo was hospitalized last Friday for kidney stones, according to a report by Brazilian media outlet Combate. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo will meet
former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar on
Super Bowl weekend.
UFC officials announced on Tuesday's new edition of FUEL TV's "UFC
Tonight" that the much-anticipated matchup will headline the UFC's
annual Super Bowl weekend card in Las Vegas.
The event, which serves as UFC 156, takes place Feb. 2 at a venue yet to be determined.
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- 2 years ago
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At this past weekend's UFC 148 event, onetime UFC title challenger Chad
Mendes wanted nothing more than to erase the sting
of a January loss to featherweight champion Jose Aldo.
It took all of 31 seconds to do exactly that, as Mendes dispatched of Cody McKenzie in violent fashion.
Following the result, UFC president Dana White promised to bring Mendes a
top-level opponent in his next outing. For "Money," the sooner the
better. After all, another shot at the title is his only current go read news >>
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 >>
Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has never been a fan of talkers. Ahead of his Jan. 31 showdown with Nick Diaz at UFC 183, Silva is urging featherweight champion Jose Aldo to punish No. 1 contender Conor McGregor for his vocabulary. "Aldo said what we needed to hear," Silva told Globo (via Bloody Elbow). "He's the king, Chad Mendes is the prince and McGregor is the joker. Enough said. I think that McGregor is a cool guy but Aldo is a lot cooler. Aldo is my brother until I die. Hit read news >>
While the mixed martial arts world continues to buzz about Conor McGregor’s impressive stoppage of Dennis Siver at last weekend’s UFC Fight Night card in Boston, the betting world still favors UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo over the outspoken Irishman. read news >>
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight kingpin Jose Aldo will defend his 145-pound strap against new No. 1 title contender Conor McGregor, in what is already being billed as the biggest fight in the history of the division. And he'll do it as the 9/5 favorite (-180). That's according to the opening line over at Bovada, which pegs "Notorious" as a 3/2 underdog (+150). They're already penciled in for a headlining title fight at the upcoming UFC 187 pay-per-view (PPV) event in May (more read news >>
Sorry, Ireland. Conor McGregor earned his fifth straight win under the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) banner by obliterating Dennis Siver in the main event of UFC Fight Night 59 in Boston, Mass (video highlights here). More importantly, "Notorious" earned himself the right to fight for the featherweight strap, as he'll finally get his chance to get his hands on division champion, Jose Aldo. Common sense would suggest to stage the bout in a stadium in Ireland, and capitalize on Conor's boom read news >>
It didn’t take long for Conor McGregor’s second-round knockout of Dennis Siver to become little more than a footnote. read news >>
In UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo’s ideal world, Conor McGregor will emerge victorious in tonight’s UFC Fight Night 59 headliner and then head to the champ’s native Brazil for a title shot. Dana White, meanwhile, seems to have other plans.Filed under: (...) read news >>
UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo will be watching from cageside, and he believes Conor McGregor will defeat Siver and move on to face him for the title. It's not exactly an earth-shattering prediction, but the UFC featherweight champion in Jose Aldo has gone on record to say that he believes Conor McGregor will come out victorious against Dennis Siver. While he hasn't been a fan of the brash Irishman, Aldo thinks Conor will get his title shot and set up a big money bout for him. "A fight is a f read news >>