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Aldo's reaction when he realizes he would have to give up the FW belt to get a shot at LW...

Discussion in 'The Lightweights' started by Headkicktoleg, Dec 23, 2016.

  1. Headkicktoleg Banned Banned

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    ...because Dana don't give a fuck about him
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    There is an article on MMA junkie about Aldo's coach talking about Aldo fighting for the interim LW belt but still keeping the FW belt. I'm surprised that article isn't on sherdog yet.

    Cmon Sherdog! Someone post it on here so we can talk about it lol
     
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    If I were Aldo I'd go for it.

    I don't like this matchup but Aldo should.

    His stock is pretty low cause of the McGregor 'incident' and nothing erases a 13 sec KO like beating a fucking bear-man and securing a rematch against Conor.
     
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    the article literally says the exact opposite of your topic title:

    "Pederneiras says he was assured by White, himself, that Aldo would remain in possession of the 145-title regardless of a lightweight run – much like McGregor himself was able to do before becoming the UFC’s first simultaneous two-division champ."
     

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