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On Oct. 8, Frankie Edgar and Jose Aldo each affirmed their places among MMA’s finest, though in decidedly different fashions. For Edgar, it was another battle back from the brink of consciousness, another display of superhuman grit and determination to hang on to his UFC lightweight title.
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The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation has medically suspended five “UFC 136: Edgar vs. Maynard III” contestants for various injuries sustained during this past Saturday’s event.
Gray Maynard (Pictured) was issued the longest ban. The former lightweight top contender will be forced to ride the pine for 60 days after suffering a TKO loss to champion Frankie Edgar...
UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo (Pictured) is the epitome of a rags to riches story. Although the 25-year-old has emerged as one of MMA’s biggest superstars, the Brazilian has never forgotten about the slums from where he once came.
Following his unanimous decision victory over Kenny Florian at UFC 136, Aldo has once again teamed up with Nova Uniao to raise money for the kids...
After Jose Aldo turned away former lightweight title contender in a hard-fought unanimous decision at UFC 136, MMA fans and pundits began wondering who might finally stop the featherweight dynamo, who improved to 20-1 with his 13th straight victory.
UFC lightweight champion, Frankie Edgar, recently defended his title and settled a score with Gray Maynard at UFC 136 but the next move for the lightweight is uncertain
Video: Frankie Edgar Vs. Gray Maynard 3 Highlights