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JOSE ALDO Against FRANKIE EDGAR UFC 200

The former featherweight champion Jose Aldo seeks to regain his title for a second time against Frankie Edgar. And it was always going to be a tough prospect for The Answer who while having once held the UFC lightweight title. Seemed unable to get over the hump that was Jose Aldo at featherweight.

And this would be Aldo’s first fight back since losing his title in dramatic fashion to Conor McGregor at UFC 194. A crushing loss following eighteen straight wins over a ten years period. Many believed the loss may very well be too much for the Brazilian to overcome.

Yet here he was a year later, once again in the mix for the division interim belt. How would he deal with Edgar in his first fight back? would he still have the killer instinct that made him one of the most feared fighters to ever grace the octagon?

Or would he wilt following the under the pressure following the loss to the new 145 lb champion Conor McGregor?

Aldo vs Edgar Round One

And from the bell, we see Edgar’s distinctive style in play. Constantly moving, constantly feinting, but would it be enough to throw the man who has already beat him once before? As Frankie probed for openings, Jose kept his distance while gauging his attacks.

Rarely making the first move, Aldo stalked Frankie who is constantly on his bike. Never settling for a second, making himself a difficult target to hit. With Frankie being the more active of the two, most of the first round is spent testing the waters. It wouldn’t be until the end of the round before we would see a significant exchange.

Round Two

Round two and both fighters now begin to settle into the fight more. Jose Aldo appears more content to go on the attack more. Landing some solid shot and catching Frankie with a nice knee to the midsection. Edgar replies with some nice kicks, but nothing which seems to catch or phase the former champion.

Frankie tries for several takedown’s, but Jose is able to brush them off. As it now appears that Edgar is bleeding from a cut over his right eye. And with some solid exchanges between the pair. It’s obvious that things are beginning to heat up.

Round Three

Frankie Edgar is mixing things up nicely, coming in with high volumes of punches and kicks. Keeping Jose on the back foot, but at the same time not scoring too heavily. And it is Aldo who seems to have the answer on this occasion. Repeatedly stuffing the takedown attempts of the former lightweight champion.

With Frankie Edgar being the main aggressor, yet still scoring minimally. What else does he have to offer against an opponent who has yet to show his cards? Appearing to be happy for Frankie to do all the work, while he picks his opportunities.

Round Four

Into the fourth round of the fight and Edgar is still pushing forward. But his aggression sometimes looks like that of a fighter who is trying really hard but getting very little reward. With Aldo seemingly happy to let him keep trying his best. While he waits for the perfect opportunity to counter.

But now we begin to see the tables turn as Jose begins to up the pressure from his side. Seemingly not content to sit back, he begins to pressure Jose. Landing some hard shots and now putting Frankie on his back heels. And with Edgar having already used every tool in his arsenal, what does he now has left?

Jose appears to now be in control of this fight. With Frankie Edgar looking battered and bloodied. Just as Edgar tries to land a kick, Aldo catches his opponent with a lovely straight left, sitting him on the ground.

The Final round

Into the fifth and final round and it’s now Jose Aldo’s fight to lose. As the former champion looks to now be in charge. Frankie looks out of ideas and it appears that he will befall the same fate as in their first fight. With the former division champion always seeming to be one step ahead.

As an air of deja vu descends over the octagon. It’s Aldo who will once again get the gold belt strapped around his waist. And Frankie will be making that journey home, once again on the losing side.

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UFC Vegas 44 Betting Preview: Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo

After a week off that seemed like an eternity, the UFC gets right back to its regular scheduled programming Saturday's card headlined by #5 Jose Aldo vs #4 Rob Font. 

The card is loaded with 15 fights, with a handful hovering around pick em’ odds. Matchmakers have done us a solid BY booking several matchups which oddsmakers have projected to finish inside the distance. The prelims start at 7 p.m. ET and will be followed by the main card at 10 p.m. ET.

You know the drill, let’s dive in.

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DATE: Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021
BROADCAST: ESPN
VENUE: UFC APEX
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
MATCHES: 15

THE MAIN CARD

BANTAMWEIGHT BOUT (135 LBS): #4 ROB FONT (19-4) VS. #5 JOSE ALDO (30-7)

This is what I’m talkin’ about. I love the old school, tightly ranked matchups that lead to title contention. I’m not about the cherry picking and turning down fights that we’ve seen some faces make as of late, which also came highly recommended by recently cut fighter Kevin Lee. Rob Font and Jose Aldo are about to find out who’s best at the moment and the winner will truly in the mix for title challenger talks.

We all know Aldo is a legend. We even saw fellow fighter on this week’s card, Louis Smolka, jump at an opportunity to get a picture with him this week. Over the years, it wasn’t about if Aldo would win, it was how will he win. He started his career 25-1 and at one point had 18 wins in a row. He was untouchable. Then, he ran into some dude named Conor McGregor and was clipped 13 seconds into the fight and the win streak was halted. He went on to bounce back against Frankie Edgar, but with the McGregor loss, he went on a 3-6 run, but against the likes of Max Holloway, Alexander Volkanovski, and Petr Yan, all former or current title holders. He was in the crossroads, really in a spot of determining what the next chapter would be. As we saw, he got back to the grind and rattled off two straight wins over the last year.

Font has earned a ton of respect and has looked better with each fight. He’s now won four straight, with his most recent win against former champ Cody Garbrant in a fairly one-sided fight. His boxing ability is his go-to, and he’s known for peppering jabs while loading up power shots that follow close behind. He’s 9-3 in the UFC, with his three losses coming against guys that can match his volume and technique. This is where I believe stylistically, the former champ Jose Aldo has a shot.

Aldo can stand with them all. It's no secret that we are wondering and waiting for him to get back to his old ways with those nasty leg kicks, where in the past he would chop his opponents down to the point where things just weren’t fair. We saw shades of the old Aldo back last August against Pedro Munhoz (who beat Font) in his last fight, where he landed 114 significant strikes across three rounds, including 70% accuracy in round three. If we see this version of Aldo again Saturday night against a very tough Font, this could be a pick em' fight. It's crazy to think Font is 34, Aldo is 35. Roughly 10-11 years ago, Font was delivering pizzas, while Aldo was running through the likes of Cub Swanson, Mike Brown, and Urijah Faber in the WEC. This is going to be a heck of a scrap. Give me anything close to +135 or better on Aldo and I’m biting.

Prediction: Jose Aldo
Bet: Aldo +135

LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT (155 LBS): #12 BRAD RIDDELL (10-1) VS. #14 RAFAEL FIZIEV (10-1)

Two of the best strikers in the division. Both know each other with time spent at the Tiger Muay Thai gym. These two will both stand and trade for the majority of this fight. Fiziev is a little more wild, while Riddell keeps things tight and is the more technical of the two. Riddell has a ton of experience on Fiziev when you couple in his kickboxing background. Before transitioning to MMA, Riddell produced a successful kickboxing record, going 59-10. Looking at this matchup, Fiziev lands more per minute but that comes with the amount he absorbs along the way. He actually gets hit more than he lands, which leads to a negative striking differential for him. On the other side, Riddell shows more of a defensive approach while moving forward looking to pounce.

If Fiziev can successfully implement some takedowns, he’s in this fight. But if these two just go ham on the feet, I gotta side with Riddell.

Another great spot on an underdog, in my opinion.

Prediction: Brad Riddell
Bet: Riddell +110

LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT (155 LBS): CLAY GUIDA (36-21) VS. LEONARDO SANTOS (18-4-1)

Guida, the 56-fight vet, takes on a very dangerous yet less active fighter Leonardo Santos in a very intriguing matchup.

Santos is mysterious. He’s 41, and is coming off a KO loss to Grant Dawson last March, which snapped a 12-fight win streak. He looked slower and more gassed in that fight than I expected. It makes me wonder how his cardio will fair against Guida. Guida has tons of experience and a gas tank for days. The guy is just constant pressure and actually has improved his stand up. He’s a takedown machine and although Santos has good defense, you’d have to think Guida can get him down here.

Santos has an out if he can lock in a submission in one of these scrambles, as Guida has been susceptible to getting stuck in chokes, which is Santos’ go-to. But Guida’s volume trumps Santos here, which can win him rounds. Guida’s been heavily involved with his outdoors/fishing business as of late, and I’m wondering how much that has pulled from his preparation here. Guida could take it if it goes to the cards, but with 15 minutes to work, I could see Santos dropping Guida and closing in for a choke.

Prediction: Leonardo Santos
Bet: Santos -190 (look via SUB +500)

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT (205 LBS): #13 JIMMY CRUTE (12-2) VS. #14 JAMAHAL HILL (8-1)

I’ll be surprised if this one makes the final bell.

Crute and Hill look to bounce back after both suffering losses where their limbs were literally compromised. Crute took some nasty leg kicks from Anthony Smith to the point where the doctor had to step in as nerve damage kept Crute from literally standing on it. Hill is back after a nasty elbow dislocation after getting caught in a submission position from the always dangerous Paul Craig.

Crute is a black belt and more of a grappler. He’s 12-2 overall and 4-2 during his UFC run. He’s only had one fight go beyond the first round in the UFC, and he’s a fast starter and willing to get into predicaments to go for finishes of his own.

Hill is coming in after that dislocation and has had a pretty rough camp in preparation for this fight. He had a pretty bad foot injury where his pinky toe needed some stitches. Aside from the injuries, Hill has also handled three deaths of those close to him. Although that is a lot coming into a fight, I can see Hill turning this into added motivation to get this done. He wants that Craig fight back pretty bad, and think of the statement it makes to beat the guy that submitted Craig himself here in Crute.

Hill’s loss to Craig was largely due to Hill inviting himself into Craig’s world on the mat, more than once. I just don’t see him making that same mistake in his very next fight against another dangerous submission guy in Crute.

Prediction: Jamahal Hill
Bet: Hill +150

MIDDLEWEIGHT BOUT (185 LBS): BRENDAN ALLEN (17-4) VS. CHRIS CURTIS (27-8)

We called the Curtis win in his short notice debut against Phil Hawes last month. The guy is built for this. He lives combat sports and  would fight nightly if allowed. With his impressive UFC debut and making quick work avoiding injuries, he is stepping up against to fight Brendan Allen, who’s original opponent, Brad Tavares, withdrew.

Allen is 5-1 in the UFC, only losing to Sean Strickland, while beating some tough guys along the way in Punahele Soriano, Kyle Daukaus, Tom Breese, and Kevin Holland, to name a few. Curtis stays at 185 for this one after typically fighting at 170. Allen will be the bigger of the two and although Curtis is durable, he’s going to be taking some shots from Allen here. Allen has skill from the outside while also is known for some dirty boxing in the clinch. I can’t get sucked into the recency bias quite yet with Curtis, although I’m a fan. He’s definitely a live dog, but I’m siding with Allen.

Prediction: Brendan Allen
Bet: Pass

WELTERWEIGHT BOUT (170 LBS): ALEX MORONO (20-7) VS. MICKEY GALL (7-3)

Morono has been busy as of late, making this his third fight in the last seven months. He finished Cowboy Cerrone back in May, and followed that up with a clear decision win over David Zawada in September. Here he takes on Mickey Gall, who is fresh off a dominant submission win over Jordan Williams. Gall has alternated wins and losses in his last seven fights, going 4-3 since 2016 and the CM Punk spectacle.

Gall is tough with some solid submissions. He’s a very good one -ound fighter, but anything after five minutes is mysterious. He’s 1-2 in fights that go to a decision, and 2-3 beyond round one. Gall definitely slows the longer the fight goes and that could be problematic here against Morono. Morono is very durable and his cardio is proven, having an average fight time beyond 10 minutes. He’s never been submitted, but that was the case for Jordan Williams too in Gall’s last fight where he chocked him out in one round. The line here is pretty disrespectful on Gall, but I see Morono weathering the early onslaught and securing the win by decision or TKO on a gassed Gall.

Prediction: Alex Morono
Bet: Pass

PRELIMS PREDICTIONS

BRYAN BARBERENA defeats DARIAN WEEKS
DUSKO TODOROVIC defeats MAKI PITOLO
JEREMIAH WELLS defeats JAKE MATTHEWS
MANEL KAPE defeats ZHALGAS ZHUMAGULOV
CHEYANNE VLISMAS defeats MALLORY MARTIN
ALONZO MENIFIELD defeats WILLIAM KNIGHT
CHRIS GRUETZEMACHER defeats CLAUDIO PUELLES
AZAMAT MURZAKANOV defeats JARED VANDERAA
LOUIS SMOLKA defeats VINCE MORALES

BET SUMMARY

Aldo +135
Riddell +110
Santos -190 (look via SUB +500)
Hill +150
Kape -225 (look via DEC +130)
Wells +160
Gruetzemacher -105

2021 predictions: 270-166-8 (62%)
2021 wagers: 148-121-1 (55%)

Overall record on SI:
Predictions:
651-365-19 (64%)
Wagers: 358-208-9 (63%)

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Источник: https://www.thesportsman.com/articles/ufc-fight-night-jose-aldo-and-rob-font-collide-in-bid-to-set-up-world-title-bids
McGregor UFC

'30+ Fights in 3 Nights' — there hasn't yet been any dearth of superlative MMA action from Las Vegas on Thursday and Friday, and Saturday won't be an exception. We've witnessed UFC Fight Night 80, we've also watched The Ultimate Fighter finale, and now the best is yet to come.

The final Pay-Per-View (PPV) event of the calendar year is here. UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor gets under way from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Vegas in some hours from now, and this event is just unmissable.

Jose Aldo, the Featherweight Champion of the World, takes on interim title-holder Conor McGregor in the main event of the PPV. The title unifies tonight, and we will get to see which fighter enters 2016 as the undisputed UFC Featherweight Champion of the world.

The fight has been many months in the making. It was supposed to take place at UFC 189 in July, but an emergency injury from the champion forced McGregor to take on Chad Mendes in the main event of the PPV for the interim title.

And now, the months of wait will finally bear fruit for UFC fans around the world.

The Brazilian, Aldo, is known as a no-nonsense man in the cage as well as outside, and the reigning UFC pound-for-pound king has also said McGregor's high-energy publicity stunts have only given a boost to the fight. Nevertheless, the champion, who has remained calm thus far, displayed his wild side with a crouched stance during the official staredown — a stance made popular by McGregor.

The Irishman, by the looks of it, wasn't impressed, and both had to be seperated the next moment by UFC president Dana White, otherwise Aldo could have been at the receiving end of a knee from McGregor. Both fighters weighed in at 145 pounds.

Check the staredown below:

"He [McGregor] does have some good quality, but not many. His biggest asset is outside the Octagon because he talks a lot," Aldo told Megan Olivi ahead of the fight. "I am the king, Chad Mendes is the prince, and Conor McGregor is the joker, because all he does is talking a lot. He's not an all-rounded fighter, and doesn't have the qualities that I possess."

McGregor, meanwhile, has said he is eyeing the lightweight division now, and he is prepared to sign off from the featherweight division as the champ. "I think Jose Aldo will retire after the fight, so there's no chance of him asking for a rematch after Saturday night," the Irishman said.

UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor airs LIVE from 10 pm EST / 7 pm PST (8:30 am IST, 3 am GMT, 4 am BST, 2 pm AEDT).

Where to watch LIVE (Main Card)

In India, the action gets under way as usual on Sunday morning at Sony Six HD and Sony Kix. Live streaming will be available on LivSports.

US and Canada viewers have to watch the event on PPV. 

Main Event remain the destination for viewers from Australia, while Sky TV will broadcast the event in New Zealand.

BT Sport 2 will broadcast the event live in the UK and Ireland.

MMA fans in Brazil can tune in to Combate for the heated action.

Live streams - UFC TV, YouTube (not available in the UK, Brazil, and India).

Источник: https://www.ibtimes.co.in/watch-ufc-194-live-jose-aldo-vs-conor-mcgregor-live-streaming-tv-information-659202

Chad Mendes has full faith that his two time nemesis, Jose Aldo, can retain his title against Conor McGregor on December 12th in Las Vegas.

Mendes was recently a guest on Team Alpha Male’s podcast, Stud Show Radio. During the interview he was asked for a prediction on who would win the massive UFC 194 featherweight title unification fight.

The Californian didn’t hesitate, “I think Aldo”.

The only man to ever fight both combatants, Mendes is in a unique analytical position. He has felt the force of each mans most full blooded strikes in the heat of battle, and he expressed little doubt over who he thought was the quicker and more powerful of the two. “Aldo’s power and speed is ten times more than Conor”, said the former two time title challenger.

Mendes also stated that he feels Aldo has the ability to take Conor down and control him on the ground for the entire fight, should he so choose. “I felt Aldo on top of me, he has great control, he definitely knows what he is doing, and Conor off his back doesn’t real have anything”, said Mendes.

Prior to giving his take on how McGregor will fare against Aldo, Mendes also told his interviewers that he feels the 145lbs division contains a number of people capable of beating the Dublin fighter. The man who has borrowed Floyd Mayweather’s “Money” moniker claimed that Clay Guida, Nick Lentz, and Ricardo Lamas, all have the style and skill sets to beat the Irishman.

It seems even a loss to Conor hasn’t increased Mendes’ level of respect for the Straight Blast Gym fighter.

Another interesting note about this interview, is the claim by one of the hosts that Mendes broke his hand early in the fight. Mendes did not contradict the statement.

You can view the relevant section of the show below.

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Источник: https://punditarena.com/mma/thepateam/video-chad-mendes-talks-conor-mcgregor-vs-jose-aldo/

How Conor McGregor broke Jose Aldo mentally with relentless mind games before knocking him out in UFC title fight

Today, Conor McGregor is the undisputed box office king of MMA.

He’s the highest draw the industry has ever seen and that’s because not only is he a sensational talker who is intent on rattling every opponent he meets, but he often delivers in the octagon, too.

Conor McGregor is still a box office superstar

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When he met Jose Aldo for the featherweight title on December 12, 2015, it was the perfect cocktail of McGregor’s appeal that turned him into a global superstar.

After making Aldo’s -a man who had held the featherweight title for nearly five years and had seven successful title defences under the UFC banner – life hell during a promotional world tour, McGregor then knocked him out cold in 13 seconds, even if McGregor contests it was 12.

So how did the Irishman do it? McGregor and Aldo were originally meant to lock horns at UFC 189 in July 2015, but a rib injury to Aldo meant the Brazilian had to pull out.

The pair had already undergone a media world tour where McGregor destroyed Aldo at every turn, wearing down the veteran Brazilian. But Aldo pulling out of the fight was all the ammunition McGregor would ever need.

With Aldo out, it paved the way for McGregor to fight and defeat Chad Mendes for the interim title instead.

The aforementioned media tour that UFC embarked on was their most expensive media tour ever at that point – when they thought Aldo was going to fight –  which spanned 12 days, eight cities and five countries, including Aldo’s home of Brazil.

McGregor actually had the balls to say: “If this was a different time, I would invade his favelas on horseback and kill anyone that was not fit to work.”

McGregor tore up a picture of Aldo in front of his own adoring fans and proceeded to put the remains in his mouth before spitting it out and saying “tell him I’m coming!”

 

He also threw darts at a picture of Aldo, he threw insults at Aldo in his native language of Portuguese with insults like ‘p****’ and telling him ‘you’re going to die’ during a face-off.

Things turned up a notch when McGregor stole Aldo’s featherweight title from a powerless UFC employee and proceeded to taunt him with it through a glass panel – that’s when Aldo appeared to be the most broken.

He looked exhausted with the games, realising that McGregor was never going to stop and his energy to insult was relentless. Aldo’s only answer was ‘he’s crazy.’

Then, in Dublin, after Aldo suggested he was the king of the city and he had brought the sun with him, McGregor robbed his title once more, this time right in front of Aldo.

The Brazilian shot up out of his seat and desperately wanted it back and told McGregor ‘you’re an a**hole, you f****** p****’ and ‘go f*** yourself.’

During TV appearances, McGregor would touch Aldo when the Brazilian wasn’t looking and then when he had his attention, he’d mouth ‘p****’ and other insults. McGregor also told Aldo’s translator to tell him ‘I am his daddy’ at which point he’d invite Aldo to sit on his lap.

Aldo, in a rare combative rebuttal, suggested Chad Mendes was beating McGregor before he was stopped in their interim fight and The Notorious would tell Aldo at a press conference Mendes rearranged his face and Aldo hasn’t been the same since.

McGregor said he was genuinely worried about Aldo – the Irishman was trying a new tact since he felt his previous mind games had caused Aldo to run off from their first time – and then he said ‘I love you. I love you like my b****.’

At an open workout, McGregor revealed how he had meticulously planned to get under Aldo’s skin heading into the fight.

Conor McGregor shocked the world in 13 seconds against Jose Aldo, but practise made perfect

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“They are done with the game. I am only on my way in, so I knew his mind was beat throughout that world tour. I knew he would have flown straight back to Brazil and went heavy, heavy at it.

“Heavy rounds, heavy training. Having the whole of Brazil on his back. The pressure on him to beat this loud-mouth Irish kid. Heavy, heavy rounds. The body breaks.

“The world tour was just a combination of me looking at him dead in the eye and telling him what was gonna happen to him. I knew he does not speak English, so I spoke in his native tongue in Rio de Janeiro and told him he will die. And then that was it.

“I knew his body was tired. I knew his mind was drained. He’s on his way out of the game. All you gotta do is look. He’s looking for his exit.”

Aldo came forward in the fight immediately and stood in front of McGregor and just seconds later, he was knocked out.

Since facing McGregor, Aldo has fought eight times but only won three of those fights. Prior to McGregor, he had only lost once in 26 outings.

Further proof of Aldo’s head loss came when he declined the chance to face McGregor in a rematch for his belt.

“The fight I turned down, I was traveling and doing charity work,” Aldo said.

“After being the champion for so long, I deserve the respect of having a fight set and not fighting on one week’s notice. I’m not a guy who just fills in to save an event. I was the champion for a long time.”

Aldo said he never expected to lose the McGregor fight and he was totally confident heading into it. But, once again, it seems McGregor’s mind games paid off.

“We never expect to lose – and lose like that. It’s a sport and it’s 50-50, of course, it could happen one day. As long as we’re fighting, losing is a possibility. But I was so confident in my head going into this fight.” explains Aldo.

“For everything that was said and everything that was going on. My team and I were positive that we would get there and defeat him. And that’s not what happened,” says Aldo referring to the buildup of the fight. ”

McGregor is now the proud owner of six of the top seven highest bought pay-per-views in UFC history and no matter who he fights, it’s going to be big business and likely a record breaker for the UFC.

But one could argue McGregor’s performances in the build up to facing Aldo and the actual extremely brief fight with the Brazilian really cemented him as a superstar.

For Aldo, it’s been downhill ever since.

 

Источник: https://talksport.com/sport/mma/802577/conor-mcgregor-jose-aldo-mind-games-knockout-ufc/

UFC Vegas 44 live results from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas begin at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on Saturday, December 4, on MMAWeekly.com.Click on the fight below in the UFC Vegas 44 live results section and then scroll to see in-fight live stats and full results, courtesy of Fight Analytics.

UFC Vegas 44 is headlined by a bantamweight throwdown between No. 4 ranked Rob Font and No. 5 ranked former featherweight champ Jose Aldo.


Schedule for UFC Vegas 44: Font vs. Aldo start times

  • UFC Vegas 44 main card start time: 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on ESPN+
  • UFC Vegas 44 prelims start time: 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on ESPN+ and ESPN

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UFC Vegas 44 live results

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UFC Vegas 44: Font vs. Aldo takes place on Saturday, December 4, at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The UFC Vegas 44 main event features a bantamweight battle between Rob Font and former featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo, as they each try to earn a step toward a bantamweight championship bout.


UFC Vegas 44 Live Results & Fight Card

UFC Vegas 44 live results - Rob Font vs Jose Aldo

UFC Vegas 44 Results – Main Card (10 p.m. ET on ESPN+)

  • Main Event – Bantamweight: Jose Aldo defeated Rob Font via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 49-46)
  • Co-Main Event – Lightweight: Rafael Fiziev defeated Brad Riddell via TKO, Round 3 – 2:20
  • Light Heavyweight: Jamahal Hill defeated Jimmy Crute via KO, Round 1 – 0:48
  • Lightweight: Clay Guida defeated Leonardo Santos via submission (rear-naked choke), Round 2 – 1:21
  • Middleweight: Chris Curtis defeated Brendan Allen via TKO, Round 2 – 1:58
  • Welterweight: Alex Morono defeated Mickey Gall via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Alex Morono defeated Mickey Gall via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
 

UFC Vegas 44 Results – Preliminary Card (7 p.m. ET on ESPN+ and ESPN)

  • Middleweight: Dusko Todorovic defeated Maki Pitolo via TKO, Round 1 – 4:34
  • Flyweight: Manel Kape defeated Zhalgas Zhumagulov via TKO, Round 1 – 4:02
  • Welterweight: Bryan Barberena defeated Darian Weeks via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Women’s Strawweight: Cheyanne Vlismas defeated Mallory Martin via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Light Heavyweight: William Knight defeated Alonzo Menifield via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
  • Lightweight: Claudio Puelles defeated Chris Gruetzemacher via submission (kneebar), Round 3 – 3:25
  • Bantamweight: Vince Morales defeated Louis Smolka via KO, Round 1 – 2:02

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UFC 194

UFC mixed martial arts event in 2015

UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on December 12, 2015 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.[4][5]

Background[edit]

The event was originally scheduled to take place on December 5. However, the MGM Grand Garden Arena had already been booked for an Andrea Bocelli concert, prompting the UFC to look at alternative venues such as the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas was the most relevant venue under consideration, which would likely have made the event the highest attended in the promotion's history.[6] Subsequently, on August 10, UFC president Dana White confirmed the event would take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, albeit one week later on December 12.[4]

McGregor (right), Dana White (middle) and José Aldo(left) prior to the UFC 189press conference in March 2015.

This event marked the first time the UFC has ever scheduled three events in consecutive days, with all of them taking place in Las Vegas. Instead of the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the other two events were held at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan.[7]

The event was headlined by a UFC Featherweight Championship unification bout between then champion José Aldo and then interim champion Conor McGregor.[4] The bout was originally expected to take place at UFC 189. However, Aldo pulled out of the bout due to a rib injury and the event was instead headlined by an interim title bout between McGregor and Chad Mendes.[8]

The co-main event featured a UFC Middleweight Championship bout between then undefeated champion Chris Weidman and former Strikeforce Middleweight championLuke Rockhold.[9]

A middleweight bout between Ronaldo Souza and Yoel Romero was originally booked for UFC 184 and later UFC on Fox: Machida vs. Rockhold. However, the bout was cancelled both times due to Souza being struck with pneumonia[10] and Romero pulling out due to a ligament and meniscus tear in his knee, respectively.[11] The fight was later rescheduled for this event.[12]

Michelle Waterson was expected to face Tecia Torres at the event. However, Waterson pulled out of the bout on November 24 citing an injury.[13] She was replaced by promotional newcomer Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger.[14]

On January 13, Romero was informed of a potential doping violation stemming from an out of competition test conducted by USADA.[15] On February 8, Romero and his manager explained that he took a supplement after his fight and that supplement turned out to be contaminated. His team and USADA both sent out the supplement for testing and it came back that it contained a banned substance. That substance was not listed on the label, his manager said. They did not want to reveal the name of the supplement or the substance, because USADA was investigating the issue.[16] On March 23, it was announced that Romero would appeal his suspension. His team and USADA discussed a deal for a nine-month suspension for the fighter, but Romero preferred to go to arbitration. The typical Can you order online with a cash app card anti-doping violation suspension is two years.[17] Eventually on April 4, both parts reached an agreement for a six-month suspension. USADA revealed that Romero tested positive for ibutamoren, a growth hormone release stimulator. The supplement was tested and the banned substance did indeed come up, even though it was not listed on the label. Romero announced that he'll pursue legal action against the supplement company within the next few weeks. The result of the fight was not disqualified or overturned.[18]

McGregor vs. Aldo fight[edit]

Before the opening of the first round, they refused to touch gloves and went immediately into combat.[19] As the fight started, McGregor took control of the center of the octagon. When Aldo got within his range, McGregor threw a straight left hand to keep Aldo away. The punch did not hit its target. McGregor then followed with a leg kick that connected. As Aldo charged forward to connect with a right-left punch combination, McGregor moved backwards and connected with a left hook that landed on Aldo's chin and rendered him unconscious. Both punches connected, but McGregor's left punch landed first. As Aldo fell to the ground, McGregor connected with two hammer fists until the referee (Big John McCarthy) stepped in to stop the fight. When the fight was over, McGregor leaped atop the fence and celebrated his victory. Within a minute, Aldo regained consciousness and conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight on his feet.[20] The bout lasted 13 seconds. The knockout was the fastest finish in UFC title fight history.[20] “Again, nobody can take that left-hand shot,” said McGregor in the post-fight interview. “[Aldo's] powerful and he's fast. But precision beats power, and timing beats speed. And that’s what you saw there.”[20]

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Featherweight Conor McGregor (ic) def. José Aldo (c) KO (punch) 1 0:13 how to check wells fargo routing number Luke Rockholddef. Chris Weidman (c) TKO (punches) 4 3:12 [b]
Middleweight Yoel Romerodef. Ronaldo SouzaDecision (split) (29–27, 28–29, 29–28) 3 5:00
Welterweight Demian Maiadef. Gunnar NelsonDecision (unanimous) (30–26, 30–25, 30–25) 3 5:00
Featherweight Max Hollowaydef. Jeremy StephensDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 29–28) 3 5:00
Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)
Bantamweight Urijah Faberdef. Frankie SaenzDecision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 30–27) 3 5:00
Women's Strawweight Tecia Torresdef. Jocelyn Jones-LybargerDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Welterweight Warlley Alvesdef. Colby CovingtonSubmission (guillotine choke) 1 1:26
Lightweight Leonardo Santosdef. Kevin LeeTKO (punches) 1 3:26
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Lightweight Magomed Mustafaevdef. Joe ProctorTKO (knees and punches) 1 1:54
Lightweight Yancy Medeirosdef. John MakdessiDecision (split) (29–28, 28–29, 29–28) 3 5:00
Welterweight Court McGeedef. Márcio Alexandre Jr. Decision (unanimous) (30–27, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00

[21]

Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters were awarded $50,000 bonuses:[22]

  • Fight of the Night: Luke Rockhold vs. Chris Weidman
  • Performance of the Night:Conor McGregor and Leonardo Santos

Reported payout[edit]

The following is the reported payout to the fighters as reported to the Nevada State Athletic Commission. It does not include sponsor money and also does not include the UFC's traditional "fight night" bonuses.[23]

  • Conor McGregor: $500,000 (no win bonus) def. José Aldo: $400,000
  • Luke Rockhold: $160,000 (includes $80,000 win bonus) def. Chris Weidman: $275,000
  • Yoel Romero: $150,000 (includes $25,000 win bonus) def. Ronaldo Souza: $135,000
  • Demian Maia: $156,000 (includes $78,000 win bonus) def. Gunnar Nelson: $75,000
  • Max Holloway: $90,000 (includes $45,000 win bonus) def. Jeremy Stephens: $43,000
  • Urijah Faber: $300,000 (includes $150,000 win bonus) def. Frankie Saenz: $20,000
  • Tecia Torres: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) def. Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger: $10,000
  • Warlley Alves: $42,000 (includes $21,000 win bonus) def. Colby Covington: $18,000
  • Leonardo Santos: $40,000 (includes $20,000 win bonus) def. Kevin Lee: $21,000
  • Magomed Mustafaev: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) def. Joe Proctor: $13,000
  • Yancy Medeiros: $42,000 (includes $21,000 win bonus) def. John Makdessi: $30,000
  • Court McGee: $48,000 (includes $24,000 win bonus) def. Marcio Alexandre Jr.: $12,000

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^MMAjunkie Staff (2015-12-13). "UFC 194 draws reported 16,516 attendance for $10.1 million live gate". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-12-13.
  2. ^"Top MMA Gates". Nevada State Athletic Commission. September 16, 2016.
  3. ^Coleman, Joe. "Conor McGregor vs Donald Cerrone reaches two million PPV buys as 'The Notorious' makes record-breaking UFC return". Talksport. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
  4. ^ abcKevin Iole (2015-08-10). "Dana White: Aldo-McGregor set for Dec. 12 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas". sports.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2015-08-10.
  5. ^Thomas Gerbasi (2015-08-11). "Aldo vs. McGregor finds a home in Vegas on Dec. 12". ufc.com. Retrieved 2015-08-11.
  6. ^Staff (2015-07-16). "Report: AT&T Stadium being looked at for UFC 194, which could feature fight between Jose Aldo, Conor McGregor". dallasnews.com. Retrieved 2015-08-11.
  7. ^Marc Raimondi (2015-09-04). "UFC to run three Las Vegas events in span of three days in December". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2015-09-04.
  8. ^Matt Erickson (2015-06-30). "Jose Aldo officially out of UFC 189; Chad Mendes meets Conor McGregor for interim belt". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-08-10.
  9. ^Thomas Gerbasi (2015-08-13). "Weidman vs. Rockhold is UFC 194 co-main event". ufc.com. Retrieved 2015-08-13.
  10. ^Shaun Al-Shatti (2015-01-15). "'Jacare' Souza out with pneumonia, bout against Yoel Romero scratched from UFC 184". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2015-08-17.
  11. ^Luke Thomas (2015-04-10). "Yoel Romero injured, out of UFC on FOX 15 bout opposite Jacare Souza". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2015-08-17.
  12. ^Staff (2015-08-17). "Yoel Romero vs. Ronaldo 'Jacare' Souza booked for UFC 194 in December". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-08-17.
  13. ^Dann Stupp and John Morgan (2015-11-24). "Super card takes a hit: Michelle Waterson out of UFC 194". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-11-24.
  14. ^Staff (2015-11-27). "RFA champ Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger steps in against Tecia Torres at UFC 194". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
  15. ^Staff (2016-01-13). "UFC statement on Yoel Romero". ufc.com. Retrieved 2016-01-13.
  16. ^Marc Raimondi (2016-02-08). "Manager: Contaminated supplement led to Yoel Romero's failed drug test". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2016-02-09.
  17. ^Marc Raimondi (2016-03-23). "Yoel Romero to appeal USADA suspension for anti-doping policy violation". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2016-03-23.
  18. ^Marc Raimondi (2016-04-04). "Yoel Romero gets six-month suspension from USADA for failing drug test due to contaminated supplement". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2016-04-04.
  19. ^Luke Thomas (2015-12-13). "UFC 194 live blog: Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2015-12-13.
  20. ^ abcJeff Wagenheim (2015-12-13). "Conor McGregor caps UFC 194 by knocking out Jose Aldo in 13 seconds". washingtonpost.com. Retrieved 2015-12-13.
  21. ^"UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor". Ultimate Fighting Championship. Retrieved 2015-08-10.
  22. ^Staff (2015-12-13). "UFC 194 bonuses: Conor McGregor's record-breaking KO worth an extra $50,000". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-12-13.
  23. ^Staff (2015-12-14). "UFC 194 salaries: McGregor ($500K), Aldo ($400K), Faber ($300K)". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 2015-12-14.
Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UFC_194

UFC Vegas 44 Betting Preview: Rob Font vs. Jose Aldo

After a week off that seemed like an eternity, the UFC gets right back to its regular scheduled programming Saturday's card headlined by #5 Jose Aldo vs #4 Rob Font. 

The card is loaded with 15 fights, with a handful hovering around pick em’ odds. Matchmakers have done us a solid BY booking several matchups which oddsmakers have projected to finish inside the distance. The prelims start at 7 p.m. ET and will be followed by the main card at 10 p.m. ET.

You know the drill, let’s dive in.

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DATE: Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021
BROADCAST: ESPN
VENUE: UFC APEX
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
MATCHES: 15

THE MAIN CARD

BANTAMWEIGHT BOUT (135 LBS): #4 ROB FONT (19-4) VS. #5 JOSE ALDO (30-7)

This is what I’m talkin’ about. I love the old school, tightly ranked matchups that lead to title contention. I’m not about the cherry picking and turning down fights that we’ve seen some faces make as of late, which also came highly recommended by recently cut fighter Kevin Lee. Rob Font and Jose Aldo are about to find out who’s best at the moment and the winner will truly in the mix for title challenger talks.

We all know Aldo is a legend. We even saw fellow fighter on this week’s card, Louis Smolka, jump at an opportunity to get a picture with him this week. Over the years, it wasn’t about if Aldo would win, it was how will he win. He started his career 25-1 and at one point had 18 wins in a row. He was untouchable. Then, he ran into some dude named Conor McGregor and was clipped 13 seconds into the fight and the win streak was halted. He went on to bounce back against Frankie Bank of eastman magnolia state bank, but with the McGregor loss, he went on a 3-6 run, but against the likes of Max Holloway, Alexander Volkanovski, and Petr Yan, all former or current title holders. He was in the crossroads, really in a spot of determining what the next chapter would be. As we saw, he got back to the grind and rattled off two straight wins over the last year.

Font has earned a ton of respect and has looked better with each fight. He’s now won four straight, with his most recent win against former champ Cody Garbrant in a fairly one-sided fight. His boxing ability is his go-to, and he’s known for peppering jabs while loading up power shots that follow close behind. He’s 9-3 in the UFC, with his three losses coming against guys that can match his volume and technique. This is where I believe stylistically, the former champ Jose Aldo has a shot.

Aldo can stand with them all. It's no secret that we are wondering and waiting for him to get back to his old ways with those nasty leg kicks, where in the past he would chop his opponents down to the point where things just weren’t fair. We saw shades of the old Aldo back last August against Pedro Munhoz (who beat Font) in his last fight, where he landed 114 significant strikes across three rounds, including 70% accuracy first national bank severna park round three. If we see this version of Aldo again Saturday night against a very tough Font, this could be a pick em' fight. It's crazy to think Font is 34, Aldo is 35. Roughly 10-11 years ago, Font was delivering pizzas, while Aldo was running through the likes of Cub Swanson, Mike Brown, and Urijah Faber in the WEC. This is going to be a heck of a scrap. Give me anything close to +135 or better on Aldo and I’m biting.

Prediction: Jose Aldo
Bet: Aldo +135

LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT (155 LBS): #12 BRAD RIDDELL (10-1) VS. #14 RAFAEL FIZIEV (10-1)

Two of the best strikers in the division. Both know each other with time spent at the Tiger Muay Thai gym. These two will both stand and trade for the majority of this fight. Fiziev is a little more wild, while Riddell keeps things tight and is the more technical of the two. Riddell has a ton of experience on Fiziev when you couple in his kickboxing background. Before transitioning to MMA, Riddell produced a successful kickboxing record, going 59-10. Looking at this matchup, Fiziev lands more per minute but that comes with the amount he absorbs along the way. He actually gets hit more than he lands, which leads to a negative striking differential for him. On the other side, Riddell shows more of a defensive approach while moving forward looking to pounce.

If Fiziev can successfully implement some takedowns, he’s in this fight. But if these two just go ham on the feet, I gotta side with Riddell.

Another great spot on an underdog, in my opinion.

Prediction: Brad Riddell
Bet: Riddell +110

LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT (155 LBS): CLAY GUIDA (36-21) VS. LEONARDO SANTOS (18-4-1)

Guida, the 56-fight vet, takes on a very dangerous yet less active fighter Leonardo Santos in a very intriguing matchup.

Santos is mysterious. He’s 41, and is coming off a KO loss to Grant Dawson last March, which snapped a 12-fight win streak. He looked slower and more gassed in that fight than I expected. It makes me wonder how his cardio will fair against Guida. Guida has tons of experience and a gas tank for days. The guy is just constant pressure and actually has improved his stand up. He’s a takedown machine and although Santos has good defense, you’d have to think Guida can get him down here.

Santos has an out if he can lock in a submission in one of these scrambles, as Guida has been susceptible to getting stuck in chokes, which is Santos’ go-to. But Guida’s volume trumps Santos here, which can win him rounds. Guida’s been heavily involved with his outdoors/fishing business as of late, and I’m wondering how much that has pulled from his preparation here. Guida could take it if it goes to the cards, but with 15 minutes to work, I could see Santos dropping Guida and closing in for a choke.

Prediction: Leonardo Santos
Bet: Www bank of america com makeatransfer -190 (look via SUB +500)

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT (205 LBS): #13 JIMMY CRUTE (12-2) VS. #14 JAMAHAL HILL (8-1)

I’ll be surprised if this one makes the final bell.

Crute and Hill look to bounce back after both suffering losses where their limbs were literally compromised. Crute took some nasty leg kicks from Anthony Smith to the point where the doctor had to step in as nerve damage kept Crute from literally standing on it. Hill is back after a nasty elbow dislocation after getting caught in a submission position from the always dangerous Paul Craig.

Crute is a black belt and more of a grappler. He’s 12-2 overall and 4-2 during his UFC run. He’s only had one fight go beyond the first round in the UFC, and he’s a fast starter and willing to get into predicaments to go for finishes of his own.

Hill is coming in after that dislocation and has had a pretty rough camp in preparation for this fight. He had a pretty bad foot injury where his pinky toe needed some stitches. Aside from the injuries, Hill has also handled three deaths of those close to him. Although that is a lot coming into a fight, I chase bp credit card sign in see Hill turning this into added motivation to get this done. He wants that Craig fight back pretty bad, and think of the statement it makes to beat the guy that submitted Craig himself here in Crute.

Hill’s loss to Craig was largely due to Hill inviting himself into Craig’s world on the mat, more than once. I just don’t see him making that same mistake in his very next fight against another dangerous submission guy in Crute.

Prediction: Jamahal Hill
Bet: Hill +150

MIDDLEWEIGHT BOUT (185 LBS): BRENDAN ALLEN (17-4) VS. CHRIS CURTIS (27-8)

We called the Curtis win in his short notice debut against Phil Hawes last month. The guy is built for this. Conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight lives combat sports and  would fight nightly if allowed. With his impressive UFC debut and making quick work avoiding injuries, he is stepping up against to fight Brendan Allen, who’s original opponent, Brad Tavares, withdrew.

Allen is 5-1 in the UFC, only losing to Sean Strickland, while beating some tough guys along the way in Punahele Soriano, Kyle Daukaus, Tom Breese, and Kevin Holland, to name a few. Curtis stays at 185 for this one after typically fighting at 170. Allen will be the bigger of the two and although Curtis is durable, he’s going to be taking some shots from Allen here. Allen has skill from the outside while also is known for some dirty boxing in the clinch. I can’t get sucked into the recency bias quite yet with Curtis, although I’m a fan. He’s definitely a live dog, but I’m siding with Allen.

Prediction: Brendan Allen
Bet: Pass

WELTERWEIGHT BOUT (170 LBS): ALEX MORONO (20-7) VS. MICKEY GALL (7-3)

Morono has been busy as of late, making this his third fight in the last seven months. He finished Cowboy Cerrone back in May, and followed that up with a clear decision win over David Zawada in September. Here he takes on Mickey Gall, who is fresh off a dominant submission win over Jordan Williams. Gall has alternated wins and losses in his last seven fights, going 4-3 since 2016 and the CM Punk spectacle.

Gall is tough with some solid submissions. He’s a very good one -ound fighter, but anything after five minutes is mysterious. He’s 1-2 in fights that go to a decision, and 2-3 beyond round one. Gall definitely slows the longer the fight goes and that could be problematic here against Morono. Morono is very durable and his cardio is proven, having an average fight time beyond 10 minutes. He’s never been submitted, but that was the case for Jordan Williams too in Gall’s last fight where he chocked him out in one round. The line here is pretty disrespectful on Gall, but I see Morono weathering the early onslaught and securing the win by decision or TKO on a gassed Gall.

Prediction: Alex Morono
Bet: Pass

PRELIMS PREDICTIONS

BRYAN BARBERENA defeats DARIAN WEEKS
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MANEL KAPE defeats ZHALGAS ZHUMAGULOV
CHEYANNE VLISMAS defeats MALLORY MARTIN
ALONZO MENIFIELD defeats WILLIAM KNIGHT
CHRIS GRUETZEMACHER defeats CLAUDIO PUELLES
AZAMAT MURZAKANOV defeats JARED VANDERAA
LOUIS SMOLKA defeats VINCE MORALES

BET SUMMARY

Aldo +135
Riddell +110
Santos -190 (look via SUB +500)
Hill +150
Kape -225 (look via DEC +130)
Wells +160
Gruetzemacher -105

2021 predictions: 270-166-8 (62%)
2021 wagers: 148-121-1 (55%)

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Wagers: 358-208-9 (63%)

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Jose Aldo Record: 31-7-0

  • Height: 5' 7"
  • Weight: 135 lbs.
  • Reach: 70"
  • STANCE: Orthodox
  • DOB: Sep 09, 1986
Career statistics:
  • SLpM: 3.61
  • Str. Acc.: 46%
  • SApM: 3.74
  • Str. Def: 60%

SLpM - Significant Strikes Landed per Minute

Str. Acc. - Significant Striking Accuracy

SApM - Significant Strikes Absorbed per Minute

Str. Def. - Significant Strike Defence (the % of opponents strikes that did not land)

TD Avg. - Average Takedowns Landed per 15 minutes

TD Acc. - Takedown Accuracy

TD Def. - Takedown Defense (the % of opponents TD attempts that did not land)

Sub. Avg. - Average Submissions Attempted per 15 minutes

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win

Jose Aldo

Rob Font

2

0

86

149

0

1

1

0

UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Aldo

Dec. 04, 2021

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Pedro Munhoz

0

0

114

75

0

0

0

0

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Aug. 07, 2021

U-DEC

3

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Marlon Vera

0

0

44

46

0

0

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Thompson vs. Neal

Dec. 19, 2020

U-DEC

3

5:00

loss

Jose Aldo

Petr Yan

0

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83

194

0

1

0

0

UFC 251: Usman vs. Masvidal

Jul. 11, 2020

KO/TKO

Punches

5

3:24

loss

Jose Aldo

Marlon Moraes

0

0

58

59

0

1

0

0

UFC 245: Usman vs. Covington

Dec. 14, 2019

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3

5:00

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Jose Aldo

Alexander Volkanovski

0

0

29

95

0

0

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0

UFC 237: Namajunas vs. Andrade

May. 11, 2019

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3

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Renato Moicano

0

0

26

24

0

0

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Assuncao vs. Moraes 2

Feb. 02, 2019

renasant bank tupelo KO/TKO

Punches

2

0:44

win

Jose Aldo conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight

Jeremy Stephens

1

0

29

20

0

0

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Alvarez vs. Poirier 2

Jul. 28, 2018

KO/TKO

Punches

1

4:19

loss

Jose Aldo

Max Holloway

0

0

87 comerica bank locations new york

174

0

0

0

0

UFC 218: Holloway vs. Aldo 2

Dec. 02, 2017

KO/TKO

Punches

3

4:51

loss

Jose Aldo

Max Holloway

0

1

55

104

0

0

0

0

UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway

Jun. 03, 2017

KO/TKO

Punches

3

4:13

win

Jose Aldo

Frankie Edgar

0

0

80

79

0

0

0

0

UFC 200: Tate vs Nunes

Jul. 09, 2016

U-DEC

5

5:00

loss

Jose Aldo

Conor McGregor

0

1

1

5

0

0

0

0

UFC 194: Aldo vs McGregor

Dec. 12, 2015

KO/TKO

Punch

1

0:13

win

Jose Aldo

Chad Mendes

1

0

102

77

0

1

0

0

capital one debit card benefits UFC 179: Aldo vs Mendes 2

Oct. 25, 2014

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Ricardo Lamas

0

0

62

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2

1

2

0

UFC 169: Barao vs Faber 2

Feb. 01, 2014

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5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Chan Sung Jung

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0

32

17

5

0

0

0

UFC 163: Aldo vs Jung

Aug. 03, 2013

KO/TKO

Punches

4

2:00

win

Jose Aldo

Frankie Edgar

0

0

76

60

0

2

0

0

UFC 156: Aldo vs Edgar

Feb. 02, 2013

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Chad Mendes

1

0

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13

0

0

0

0

UFC 142: Aldo vs Mendes

Jan. 14, 2012

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Knee

1

4:59

win

Jose Aldo

Kenny Florian

0

0

51

40

0

1

0

0

UFC 136: Edgar vs Maynard 3

Oct. 08, 2011

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Mark Hominick

1

0

94

71

5

1

1

0

UFC 129: St-Pierre vs Shields

Apr. 30, 2011

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Manvel Gamburyan

0

0

25

8

0

0

0

0

WEC 51: Aldo vs. Gamburyan

Sep. 30, 2010

KO/TKO

Punch

2

1:32

win

Jose Aldo

Urijah Faber

2

0

77

20

0

0

0

0

WEC 48: Aldo vs. Faber regions bank mobile al login

Apr. 24, 2010

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Jose Aldo

Mike Brown

0

0

38

18

1

0

0

0

WEC 44: Brown vs. Aldo

Nov. 18, 2009

KO/TKO

Punches

2

1:20

win

Jose Aldo

Cub Swanson

1

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

WEC 41: Brown vs. Faber 2

Jun. 07, 2009

KO/TKO

Flying Knee

1

0:08

win

Jose Aldo

Chris Mickle

0

0

16

5 conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight

0

0

0

0

conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight WEC 39: Brown vs. Garcia

Mar. 01, 2009

KO/TKO

Punches

1

1:39

win

Jose Aldo

Rolando Perez

1

conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight 0

27

13

0

0

0

0

WEC 38: Varner vs. Cerrone

Jan. 25, 2009

KO/TKO

Knee

1

4:15

win

Jose Aldo

Jonathan Brookins

1

0

43

20

0

1

0

0

bank of eastman magnolia state bank WEC 36: Faber vs. Brown

Nov. 05, 2008

KO/TKO

Punch

3

0:45

win

Jose Aldo

Alexandre Franca Nogueira

0

0

35

5

0 conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight

0

0

0

WEC 34: Faber vs. Pulver conor mcgregor vs jose aldo full fight

Jun. 01, 2008

KO/TKO

Elbows

2

3:22

Источник: http://ufcstats.com/fighter-details/d0f3959b4a9747e6

Chad Mendes has full faith that his two time nemesis, Jose Aldo, can retain his title against Conor McGregor on December 12th in Las Vegas.

Mendes was recently a guest on Team Alpha Male’s podcast, Stud Show Radio. During the interview he was asked for a prediction on who would win the massive UFC 194 featherweight title unification fight.

The Californian didn’t hesitate, “I think Aldo”.

The service credit union branches near me man to ever fight both combatants, Mendes is in a unique analytical position. He has felt the force of each mans most full blooded strikes in the heat of battle, and he expressed little doubt over who he thought was the quicker and more powerful of the two. “Aldo’s power and speed is ten times more than Conor”, said the former two time title challenger.

Mendes also stated that he feels Aldo has the ability to take Conor down and control him on the ground for the entire fight, should he so choose. “I felt Aldo on top of me, he has great control, he definitely knows what he is doing, and Conor off his back doesn’t real have anything”, said Mendes.

Prior to giving his take on how McGregor will fare against Aldo, Mendes also told his interviewers that he feels the 145lbs division contains a number of people capable of no fee chime atm the Dublin fighter. The man who has borrowed Floyd Mayweather’s “Money” moniker claimed that Clay Guida, Nick Lentz, and 1 first convenience bank texas Lamas, all have the style and skill sets to beat the Irishman.

It seems even a loss to Conor hasn’t increased Mendes’ level of respect for the Straight Blast Gym fighter.

Another interesting note about this interview, is the claim by one of the hosts that Mendes broke his hand early in the fight. Mendes did not contradict the statement.

You can view the relevant section of the show below.

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns from a rare weekend off thanks to the annual American bonanza that is Thanksgiving, but is back with a bang. Headlining the card is former two-weight champion Jose Aldo, who will be fighting off the back of two consecutive wins. He faces a man just one place ahead of him in the UFC’s rankings at 135lbs, Rob Font, who can make it five wins in a row and stake his claim for a title shot after the rematch between Aljamain Sterling and Petr Yan. 

Aldo’s reputation precedes him immensely; a defensive wrestling expert with a penchant for brutal leg-kicks and prolific Muay Thai striking ability. At the age of 35, the Brazilian has entered the twilight of his career but you wouldn’t know it. He might not have the same fight-ending ability as his younger self but his last two bouts against Marlon Vera and Pedro Munhoz have seen two unanimous decision wins. 

His last time out was an incredible return to form and proved that he hasn’t lost his title credentials, with a dominating final ten minutes of the fight earning him the decision. His losses to Yan and Marlon Moraes do highlight that he may have lost his power but a fight against a strong boxing opponent like Font will give him a chance to prove that he’s worth a spot in the top three of the bantamweight division. After his boyhood football team, Flamengo, lost the Copa Libertadores final last week, he might also have some built up aggression to release in the cage. 

Font made the switch to the UFC back in 2014 from the New England-based CES MMA. Aged 34, Font is in a similar position to his Brazilian counterpart, in that he too is in the twilight of his career. This is potentially the last chance he will get to reach ‘contender’ status for the bantamweight title and he needs to make the most of what could be the toughest fight of his career so far. 

For the neutrals, this fight is sure to stay on the feet, with Aldo’s impressive 91% takedown defence rate and Font’s preference to ‘stand and bang’ rather than get caught in a clinch or on the ground. The American may also have to take a page from the Tony Ferguson book of conditioning, and perhaps practice kicking some lead pipes to help protect him from the vicious leg kicks that will be coming his way. Aldo tends to chop down the tree from its base, and if Font is unable to defend those kicks, it’s going to be a long night. 

Aldo is 6/5 to beat Font with Betfred*

Also featured on the card is fighting veteran Clay Guida, who will be facing another old hand in Leonardo Santos - a fight that might be a slow burner, rather than one of a barn variety. Jamahal Hill also returns to the cage for the first time since having his arm broken by Paul Craig last year, fighting Australia’s Jimmy Crute who found his way to the UFC via Dana White’s Contender Series back in 2018. 

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UFC Vegas 44 live results from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas begin at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on Saturday, December 4, on MMAWeekly.com.Click on the fight below in the UFC Vegas 44 live results section and then scroll to see in-fight live what is the routing number for first interstate bank and full results, courtesy of Fight Analytics.

UFC Vegas 44 is headlined by a bantamweight throwdown between No. 4 ranked Rob Font and No. 5 ranked former featherweight champ Jose Aldo.


Schedule for UFC Vegas 44: Font vs. Aldo start times

  • UFC Vegas 44 main card start time: 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on ESPN+
  • UFC Vegas 44 prelims start time: 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on ESPN+ and ESPN

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UFC Vegas 44: Font vs. Aldo takes place on Saturday, December 4, at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The UFC Vegas 44 main event features a bantamweight battle between Rob Font and former featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo, as they each try to earn a step toward a bantamweight championship bout.


UFC Vegas 44 Live Results & Fight Card

UFC Vegas 44 live results - Rob Font vs Jose Aldo

UFC Vegas 44 Results – Main Card (10 p.m. ET on ESPN+)

  • Main Event – Bantamweight: Jose Aldo defeated Rob Font via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 49-46)
  • Co-Main Event – Lightweight: Rafael Fiziev defeated Brad Riddell via TKO, Round 3 – 2:20
  • Light Heavyweight: Jamahal Hill defeated Jimmy Crute via KO, Round 1 – 0:48
  • Lightweight: Clay Guida defeated Leonardo Santos via submission (rear-naked choke), Round 2 – 1:21
  • Middleweight: Chris Curtis defeated Brendan Allen via TKO, Round 2 – 1:58
  • Welterweight: Alex Morono defeated Mickey Gall via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Alex Morono defeated Mickey Gall via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
 

UFC Vegas 44 Results – Preliminary Card (7 p.m. ET on ESPN+ and ESPN)

  • Middleweight: Dusko Todorovic defeated Maki Pitolo via TKO, Round 1 – 4:34
  • Flyweight: Manel Kape defeated Zhalgas Zhumagulov via TKO, Round 1 – service credit union branches near me Bryan Barberena defeated Darian Weeks via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Women’s Strawweight: Cheyanne Vlismas defeated Mallory Martin via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Light Heavyweight: William Knight defeated Alonzo Menifield via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
  • Lightweight: Claudio Puelles defeated Chris Gruetzemacher via submission (kneebar), Round 3 – 3:25
  • Bantamweight: Vince Morales defeated Louis Smolka via KO, Round 1 – 2:02

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