"When Alexander saw the breadth of his domain, he wept for there were no more worlds to conquer."
When Jose Aldo looks at the boundaries of his kingdom at featherweight, he must be seeing a number of things. The biggest, of course, is that the edge of his empire is about to come complete.
After knocking out Chad Mendes in his native Brazil more than a year ago, the task for the UFC has been to find someone who would be believable as a threat to "Scarface." Aldo has been on such a dominant tear since he destroyed Mike Brown for the featherweight title in the WEC that finding someone who could give him a tough go has been difficult.
Aldo has finished nearly everyone that matters.
Urijah Faber was chased from the division he once ruled as Aldo leg-kicked him into oblivion. The Mendes fight is best known for its conclusion, with the elite wrestler knocked out in brutal fashion and Aldo celebrating in the crowd. Kenny Florian came down after being an elite lightweight and was summar...