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“There’s Nowhere To Run” – Jose Aldo Calls Out Conor McGregor

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Less than two days after Conor McGregor tapped out against Khabib Nurmagomedov in one of the most talked about fights in UFC history, Jose Aldo has taken to social media to call out his former opponent for a rematch. “There’s nowhere to run”, the Brazilian fighter wrote on Instagram and Twitter, “it’s time!” while also adding the hashtag, ‘joker’. It’s …

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Weekly MMA Catchup: McGregor, Aldo, Poirier & More

We round up another week in MMA news to keep you up to date as we move into the month of August. First off, it really does look as though UFC 230 is shaping up to be a middleweight bonanza for the ages. With Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza vs. David Branch already confirmed, Yoel Romero vs. Paulo Costa and Derek Brunson vs. Israel Adesanya are also on the verge of being finalised. With reports also …

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Conor McGregor Expresses Joy For José Aldo’s TKO Victory

Conor McGregor showed some serious respect for his former rival José Aldo after his stunning UFC Calgary victory over the weekend. Thirteen short seconds and a legacy defined. It really was unfortunate to see the legendary José Aldo treated in the manner that he was after succumbing to Conor McGregor’s left-hand at UFC 194 in 2015 and since then, barring …

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Pederneiras: José Aldo Belongs In G.O.A.T Discussion

Andre Pederneiras, the former Nova Uniao head-coach, has argued that his star-pupil José Aldo deserves to be considered one of the greatest of all-time. MMA fans tend to have short memories. In the case of José Aldo, it does seem as though many either have forgotten or simply didn’t experience him at the very peak of his powers. As the …

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Max Holloway Takes Aim At Conor McGregor After ‘Father Against Son’ Dig On Instagram

The UFC’s featherweight champion Max Holloway was quick to return fire after Conor McGregor chose to remind the world of their 2013 fight via Instagram recently. It might have seemed like an unlikely bet to make going into this year, but 2018 has seen quite a bit of back-and-forth jabbing between featherweight champion Max Holloway and the man who defeated …

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