After a detriment during UFC 229, everybody is wondering what’s subsequent for Conor McGregor. While a rematch with Khabib Nurmagomedov is a matchup many are pondering, an aged enemy has another idea. Former featherweight champion Jose Aldo took to Instagram to call for a rematch with McGregor, saying, “There’s nowhere to run! It’s time!”
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Aldo and McGregor squared off during UFC 194 in Dec 2015, with a Irishman unequivocally saying his batch in a MMA universe soar following a 13-second knockout of a mythological Aldo. While many had roughly created Aldo off for passed following dual uninterrupted TKO waste to reigning featherweight aristocrat Max Holloway, he showed behind in Jul he still has a lot left in a tank as he warranted an considerable TKO feat over Jeremy Stephens.
Plus, a dual still have copiousness of bad blood to brief around in another build adult that could see some idiocy identical to McGregor snatching Aldo’s belt from in front of him.
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- You would consider that after defeating someone a likes of McGregor as soundly as he did on Saturday night, and not to discuss causing a ruckus that he did, Nurmagomedov would now be a some-more tangible figure. Apparently, though, a lightweight champion was means to navigate his approach by a Las Vegas airfield probably unnoticed.
- Sergio Pettis is headed behind to a bantamweight multiplication on a heels of his UFC 229 detriment to Jussier Formiga. Pettis’ coach, Duke Roufus, announced a pierce in an Instagram post. The younger Pettis has bounced between bantamweight and flyweight groups via his career, with his many new bantamweight quarrel in UFC entrance during UFC 181 in Dec 2014, a unanimous preference win over Matt Hobar.