Former Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo Demands A Rematch With Irishman: ‘It’s Time Joker’
Conor Mcgregor who came in short in a grudge match against rival Khabib Nurmagomedov via fourth-round neck crank at UFC 229 on October 6 from T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, fighters are coming out of their holes in a hope to get a red panty night with Irishman.
Formal rival Jose Aldo is looking to score a rematch with Irishman. He posted on his social media saying it’s time now.
You have nowhere to run! It’s time! it’s time @ TheNotoriousMMA
— Jose Aldo Junior (@josealdojunior) October 9, 2018
Brazilian entered into the contest against Mcgregor as a UFC featherweight champion with eighteen fight win streak. But Aldo’s win streak snapped after coming in short in just 13 seconds in the opening round. Irishman hurled a picture perfect left hand that sent dropped the legend crashing to the canvas in the main headliner of UFC 194 back in 2015. That was ‘Junior’s’ first lost inside the Octagon.
Aldo wants redemption, and now it’s a good time as Mcgregor just freshly coming of submission loss. Meanwhile, Brazilian coming off a TKO win over Jeremy Stephens this past July in Calgary.
But Mcgregor has other plans, shortly after his loss, Irishman took to social media and calls for a rematch with Khabib. At the moment Mcgregor is facing some sanctions from Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for his role in the post-fight melee, hoping it’s not that severe so he can plan his comeback.
Notorious has gone 9-2 under UFC banner, with his only two losses coming at the hands of Nate Diaz and the current lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Who wants to see Mcgregor vs. Aldo 2?