Jose Aldo

Jose Aldo, Cain Velasquez, TJ Dillashaw Shine at UFC 200

Daniel Cormier defeated a living legend, Jose Aldo recaptured his mojo, and Cain Velasquez dazzled with a dizzying kick at UFC 200. And this all happened before Brock Lesnar’s triumphant return and Amanda Nunes’ picture-perfect performance in the featured bouts.

LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 09: An overhead view of the Octagon as Cain Velasquez kicks Travis Browne during the UFC 200 event on July 9, 2016 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Jose Aldo Remains on Conor McGregor’s Brain

“When you look into a man’s eyes—look him dead in the eye—you can see straight into his soul,” Conor McGregor maintained on the UFC 189 conference call last week. McGregor said that when he looked into Jose Aldo’s eyes, the Brazilian’s soul informed him: “This mother—er doesn’t want to be here.”

Conor McGregor Beats Dennis Siver

Go Hard & Go Home: UFC Fights the Injury Bug Killing Big Fights

“We’re going to start trying to control the uncontrollable,” UFC President Dana White told Breitbart Sports this spring regarding injuries derailing cards. The remarks ironically came backstage at a presser promoting UFC 189, whose main event appears in jeopardy after a rib injury to featherweight champion Jose Aldo.

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