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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Jose Aldo Slams How he Fought at UFC 237, Following Loss to Alexander Volkanovski

Jose Aldo (photo via UFC)

By FCF Staff

After coming up short against rising star Alexander Volkanovski, Jose Aldo has harshly criticized how he performed at UFC 237.

The former featherweight champ was outstruck by Volkanovski by a 129 to 39 margin, and lost the fight via unanimous decision. More recently the Brazilian legend posted the statement below (translation via MMA Junkie):

“I’ve never fought so badly in my life. No excuses at all, because that’s not me, but I know about my ability and talent and I can’t do that. Not taking away the merits from my opponent, who did his fight, but I’m sad at myself and put it all on myself, because I let it happen and didn’t do the fight that I should have. It’s over and on to the next one.”

Aldo was coming off back-to-back wins over Renato “Moicano” and Jeremy Stephens, which followed his second loss to champ Max Holloway in 2017.

posted by FCF Staff @ 8:00 am
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