Jose Aldo, a true legend and veteran in the world of mixed martial arts (MMA), recently retired from the sport. Despite his lack of interest in continuing his MMA career, Aldo has announced his return to the arena. "On March 18th there will be a big Hardcore Boxing event in Dubai.
I'm not going to tell you the names yet, but José Aldo and most likely even Sergey "Crusher" Kovalev will be on the card. Aldo will fight with 99,9 percent probability, we're negotiating with Sergey now." said Anatoliy Sulyanov to Telecomasia.
It is not currently clear what the situation is with Aldo's contract with the UFC, but it seems that he has decided to fulfill his remaining obligations before fully retiring from the sport. Aldo has been a dominant force in the MMA world for many years, with a record of 28 wins and 7 losses.
He has held the featherweight title in both the UFC and World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC), and is widely regarded as one of the greatest featherweights of all time.
Jose Aldo: A Legend in the World of MMA
Throughout his career, Aldo has faced off against some of the biggest names in the sport, including Conor McGregor, Chad Mendes, and Max Holloway.
Despite his impressive record, Aldo has faced his fair share of setbacks and challenges, including a series of injuries that have kept him out of the octagon for extended periods of time. Despite facing numerous setbacks and challenges throughout his career, Aldo has consistently demonstrated his resilience and determination by always managing to bounce back and emerge even stronger than before.
He has repeatedly proved himself to be a true warrior, with an unwavering spirit and an unshakable will that makes him a formidable force to be reckoned with in any situation. His perseverance and tenacity in the face of adversity are truly inspiring, and he serves as a role model for anyone looking to overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.
Although it is not yet known who his next opponent will be or when his final fight will take place, fans of the sport can be sure that Aldo will give it his all in his final appearance in the octagon.