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Jose Aldo remains the UFC Featherweight Champion

Jose Aldo remains the UFC Featherweight Champion

Jose Aldo got that scar on his face by accidentally smashing into fence when he was running away from all the women who were chasing him after he made his WEC debut. Since then, I can’t keep Cat from throwing in some mention of Jose Aldo and her ‘knee-high socks’ whenever I talk to her. If the prerequisite of being desired by every female MMA fan is to run an entire division, then it looks like I’m going to stick with chicks that really like guys that can defeat Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out without losing a round (I know you’re out there, somewhere).

Imagine what the entire field of science would know if their experience about our world was only limited to Jose Aldo’s left knee. Text books would be made about the exact trajectory required to do this to another human being. Our kids would grow up to be violent psychopaths and nothing would be accomplished in society. The political system would diminish and all gubernatorial debates would ultimately result in a one-on-one ‘knee-joust’ contest. World peace would be achieved in a year because everyone will soon realize that getting a knee to the head friggin’ sucks.

Tonight, Jose Aldo served Kenny Florian with an abundance of knees to the head, along with a plethora of straight jabs. Ken Flo tried his hardest to get the upper-hand by taking Aldo down, but his efforts were futile. Jose Aldo is just on a warpath right now, and at UFC 136, Kenny Florian became another casualty. Although Aldo couldn’t finish Ken Flo, he did serve him with a unanimous decision win, thwarting Florian’s efforts to latch on to his belt.

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