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JOSE ALDO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jose Aldo Puts Chad Mendes On Blast In Open Letter

At the start of this week Chad Mendes stated during an interview on ‘The MMA Hour’ show that Jose Aldo, ‘can’t run from me forever’, after the featherweight champion pulled out of their UFC 176 headliner due to an injury, and it’s fair to say that the Brazilian star isn’t too happy about it. So much so in fact that Aldo felt compelled to write an open letter to his...
Via Fight Of The Night
July 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Jose Aldo Says Chad Mendes Is A Pu**y And Hints At PED Use

Last week, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo had to bow out of his scheduled UFC 176 fight with Chad Mendes due to injury. Mendes did interview with MMAFighting.com on Monday stating that Aldo can’t run from him forever. Usually mild-mannered, Aldo responded in an open letter to Brazilian outlet, Combate.com to Mendes’ accusations. New Urijah Faber UFC 175 Official Walkout...
Via Between The Ropes
July 12, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Would Arrange Interim Title Fight if Champ Jose Aldo Not Back by October

Despite being the only featherweight champion the UFC has ever known, rattling off six straight title defenses since the promotion introduced the division after absorbing the WEC in December 2010, UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta (pictured) would have no qualms with arranging an interim title tilt if champ Jose Aldo is unable to return by October. Aldo was slated to defend his throne against...
Via 5thRound.com
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC 176 canceled after injury to Jose Aldo

UFC 176 was set to take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on August 2, but on Tuesday the company was forced to cancel the event. Thanks to an injury to featherweight champion Jose Aldo, the UFC couldn’t replace the main event on such short notice and decided to cut its losses. It is the second time Zuffa (which owns the organization) has been forced to cancel a major...
Via Midwest Sports Fans
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC 176 Off After Jose Aldo Injury

For just the second time in the organization’s history, the UFC announced Tuesday they are cancelling UFC 176, which was scheduled to take place in Los Angeles August 2. The cancelled event is linked to the late shoulder/spine injury of featherweight champion Jose Aldo, who was scheduled to headline the card in a rematch with […]
Via Full Scale Sports
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC 176 ‘Postponed’ After Jose Aldo Injury

Unwilling to go down the same path as UFC 151, the Ultimate Fighting Championship has opted not to cancel UFC 176, but “postpone” the event instead. The event was slated to take place August 2 inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Featherweight king Jose Aldo (pictured) was slated to headline the show against Chad Mendes, but Aldo was forced to withdraw last week...
Via 5thRound.com
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Pictures of Jose Aldo’s possible broken foot emerge.

You can’t throw kicks with broken feet, or you can, but it just hurts a lot and it isn’t entirely worth it. So, that’s why Jose Aldo wasn’t throwing kicks like usual – an elephant foot. It makes sense. He didn’t look like himself out there after the first round, and I suspect TKZ was bringing that injured shoulder into the fight with him in a bad way, and these kicks...
Via Fight Hub TV
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss

‘The Korean Zombie’ Dislocates Shoulder in Loss to Jose Aldo at UFC 163 (Video Highlights)

It wasn’t exactly what UFC featherweight king Jose Aldo (pictured) had in mind, but a win is a win. More importantly, a successful title defense is a successful title defense. “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung didn’t attack the division’s deadliest marksman with the same ferocity as he has done with past opponents, and perhaps that’s the primary reason he was down three...
Via 5thRound.com
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss

The Korean Zombie dislocates his shoulder and Aldo pounces on him for the win at UFC 163.

Well, sometimes weird fights end oddly, and I have a feeling both of these guys were walking into Rio de Janeiro injured, because Chan Sung Jung did not look like his usual self, and neither did Jose Aldo, who only threw one leg kick in the fight. Both men moved much slower than usual, but Jose looked like his usual awesome self in the technique department, but also looked to take...
Via Fight Hub TV
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss

(GIF) Jose Aldo Defeats “Korean Zombie” At UFC 163 To Retain Featherweight Title

In the Featherweight Championship bout of UFC 163, Jose Aldo retained his  title with a 4th round TKO of “Korean Zombie” . Jose Aldo stayed away from his trademark kicking style and waited out his opponent. In the middle of the 4th round, the two fighters exchanged a combination of punches at the center of the ring. Korean Zombie landed an overhand right to the back of the champion’s...
Via Total Sports Blog
August 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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