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UFC featherweight contender Chad Mendes will get his second crack at champion Jose Aldo at UFC 179 this evening, but that doesn't mean he hasn't been listening to the banter of rising star Conor McGregor. During Wednesday's edition of UFC Tonight, Money said he actually looks forward to a showdown with The Notorious sooner than later. Mendes on @TheNotoriousMMA: "The guy's a joke. I look at him and see dollar signs. I'm gonna get paid big time, I'm gonna smash the dude." — UFC Tonight (@UFCTonig read news >>

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Saturday’s UFC 179 pay-per-view from Ginasio do Maracanazinho in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has a solid fight card, but MMA fans are focused on the UFC Featherweight Championship bout between Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes.Aldo and Mendes first met at UFC 142 when Mendes was knocked out in the first round. The rematch was originally scheduled for UFC 176, but injuries forced the bout back several months. Now, the rematch MMA fans have waited for finally arrives Saturday.Here is all the vital viewing inf read news >>

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Check out our full “Fight Day” preview for UFC 179, which takes place tonight (Sat., Oct. 25, 2014) from Maracanazinho Gymnasium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, featuring the Featherweight title rematch between Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes. Check it out below. Fight day! Get all the info you need with our UFC 179: "Aldo vs Mendes" fight day preview for the pay-per-view (PPV) event, which goes down later this evening (Sat., Oct. 25, 2014) with an enticing offering after a three-week lull between events. read news >>

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The UFC is back in Brazil, this time on pay-per-view with the last remaining Brazilian champion in the organization in Jose Aldo putting his title up for grabs against Chad Mendes. This is the second meeting between the two, the first taking place at UFC 142 in January of 2012, also in Rio. In the co-main event, top light heavyweight contenders Phil Davis and Glover Teixeira, both coming off of losses, look to get back on the winning track. Will Aldo successfully retain his featherweight title? read news >>

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Revenge is on the mind of Chad "Money" Mendes as he heads into his rematch with UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo on Saturday. When the two men met in Jan. 2013, Aldo landed a knee to the head of Mendes and knocked him out with just one second remaining in the first round. Aldo spilled out into the crowd of adoring fans in the HSBC Center in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Mendes was left to pick up the pieces. Since the crushing defeat, Mendes has won five straight fights scoring stoppages in all read news >>

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After years of bouncing around and splitting time between MMA and pro wrestling, Bobby Lashley has found a home with Bellator, and now he's targeting the title. read news >>

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For the first time in Jose Aldo’s five-year reign as the best 145-pound fighter on the planet, there is a line of contenders waiting to take him out.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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The first time Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes met, the former landed a knee that sent the latter into la la land. What happened next created one of the most iconic scenes in the UFC's history. Aldo spilled out into the crowd at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The shot of a victorious Aldo among a sea of adoring Brazilian fans is unforgettable. On Saturday, the two men will have their long-awaited rematch. The arena has changed, but the bout will still be in Rio de Janeiro, where Aldo is so read news >>

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Cung Le today released a statement for the first time since the UFC rescinded his one-year suspension for an elevated level of human growth hormone in the wake of his UFC Fight Night 48 loss to Michael Bisping.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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With one of the most dominant champs in the UFC holding sway over the flyweight division, Wilson Reis believes it might be time for some new names to surface near Demetrious Johnson at the top. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Don’t get me wrong, Jose Aldo has been a very good champion for the UFC. Aldo, in fact, is the only featherweight titlist the Octagon has ever known. By the time the UFC absorbed the WEC at the end of 2010, he’d so firmly entrenched himself as the best 145-pounder in the world, executives merely “promoted” him to the rank of UFC champion without bothering to have him fight for it. It was the right move. Today, he's the fight company’s longest reigning champ. As he approaches a UFC 179 rematch wi read news >>

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