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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
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UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo was hospitalized last Friday for kidney stones, according to a report by Brazilian media outlet Combate. read news >>
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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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 >>
RIO DE JANEIRO – UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo defended his title a seventh time in his biggest test to date in a title rematch with Chad Mendes.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
Surging UFC featherweight contender Conor McGregor decided to fight again instead of waiting for a title shot, but 145-pound champ Jose Aldo is still in his crosshairs. "The Notorious" did a Q&A session in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil prior to the UFC 179 weigh-ins, and while the crowd did not give the Irish striker a warm welcome, he still spoke his mind (h/t FOX Sports). I am the No. 1 contender. The next time Jose steps into the Octagon after Saturday night it will be to face me. In the meantime, I read news >>
Although UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo has had a rocky road of late with challenger Chad Mendes, he said the hatchet will be buried after they fight at Saturday’s UFC 179.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
With the spotlight of his upcoming title fight with Chad Mendes at UFC 179, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo again brings up the issue of fighter pay. Aldo said he felt 'devalued' by the UFC earlier this year and is again asking why the athletes aren't taking home a bigger slice of the $1.65 billion pie. "I ask for financial valorization not only for me, some other fighters should have too," Aldo told Combate (via Bloody Elbow). "We give a lot for the company. I've seen this happening in the read news >>
Reigning featherweight champ Jose Aldo made it a quick night as he knocked out Cub Swanson in the first round at WEC 41. read news >>
The UFC Featherweight champ is focused on his UFC 179 title defense against Chad Mendes this weekend but he's aware of Conor McGregor....and not impressed. Irish fighting and talking sensation Conor McGregor has built up a big buzz in his four-fight UFC career. But if you think the champ is losing sleep worrying about him, you'd be mistaken. At least that's what Jose Aldo told MMA Junkie this week as he heads into his UFC 179 rematch with top contender Chad Mendes. "I make it a point to observe read news >>
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo has heard the hype, but he admits he doesn’t really know what it’s all about.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>