UFC 218 Fight Card and Countdown: Full Episode: Jose Aldo vs Max Holloway

On December 2, 2017, Detroit Michigan will be the battleground when Max Holloway defends his title for the first time against one of the longest running champion in Jose Aldo. 
Also on the card are.
Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis
Alistair Overeem vs. Francis Ngannou
Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje
UNDERCARD
Felice Herrig vs. Cortney Casey
Sabah Homasi vs. Abdul Razak Alhassan
David Teymur vs. Drakkar Klose
Yancy Medeiros vs. Alex Oliveira
Michelle Waterson vs. Tecia Torres
Allen Crowder vs. Justin Willis
Paul Felder vs. Charles Oliveira

Video and Text from UFC YoutubeChannel: Featherweight champion Max Holloway adjusts his camp to prepare for a familiar opponent – longtime belt holder Jose Aldo, who sees their rematch at his shot at redemption. Plus, Dutch kickboxing legend Alistair Overeem looks to use his experience to shut down rising star Francis Ngannou, who brings incredible power and potential to the heavyweight division. And aggressive lightweights Eddie Alvarez and Justin Gaethje up the pace of their high-stakes collision course. Go inside the lives and training camps of these six exceptional athletes as they ready for the career-defining matchups at UFC 218.

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Watch Jose Aldo vs. Max Holloway Weigh-In | UFC 212

Max Hollaway’s moment of truth is upon him as he faces Jose Aldo for the UFC Welterweight title.
UFC 212 will be tomorrow, June 4 Manila time. The Fight will be held in Brazil.
Watch them face each other for the last time before the much awaited event.
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Results of UFC 200: Miesha Tate vs Amanda Nunes

Biggest fight on the planet. The historic night in MMA world finally has happened.

Miesha Tate was not able to hold the Women’s Bantamweight title for long. Amanda Nunes beat her by RNC submission. In this method she defeated Holly Holm.

First three fights were knockout whoa which made this card more exciting to the viewers. It went a bit sloppy on Northcut, Dillashaw and Gastelum though.

Julianna Pena and Cat Zingano however were very likeable to watch. Johny Hendricks was somewhat struggling. Another loss was added to his record. What you guys think is next to him?

Cain Velasquez is back. He looked hungry beating someone inside the cage again. He was humbled and checked on Travis Brown after he was left on the mat. The Interim Featherweight belt was wrapped around Jose Aldo’s waist defeating Frankie Edgar with blood on  his face.

Brock Lesnar’s ground and pound was nice. Mark Hunt did not knock him out like every everyone thought.

Complete Fight Card Result:

Amanda Nunes dethroned Miesha Tate via RNC submission

Brock Lesnar def Mark Hunt in round 3 by UD

Daniel Cormier def Anderson Silva in round 3 by UD

Jose Aldo def Frankie Edgar in round 5 by UD

Cain Velasquez def Travis Brown in round 1 by TKO

Julianna Pena def Cat Zingano in round 3 by UD

Kelvin Gastelum def Johny Hendricks in round 3 by UD

TJ Dillashaw vs Raphael Assuncao in round 3 by UD

Sage Northcutt def Enrique Marin by UD

Joe Lauzon def Diego Sanchez in round 1 by TKO

Gegard Mousasi def Thiago Santos in round 1 by TKO

Jim Miller def Takanori Gori in round 1 by TKO

Aldo still plans to face Mcgregor on UFC 189


Aldo has a bone bruise to his rib and a cartilage injury following a training accident this week, according to a UFC statement. The UFC said it has received confirmation from “several doctors” that Aldo did not suffer a broken rib. Despite this he still plans on healing up fast and fighting Connor Mcgregor this UFC 189. UFC however, has other plans on there own. If at worst case Aldo cant fight Chad Mendes (17-2) is ready to take his place. 

Mendes just got a big “W” from his previous fight against Ricardo Lamas last April 4 and is the current number 1 contender on the featherweight division.

Only time will tell if Aldo can recover fast enough for the most anticipated UFC 189 on Saturday June 11 .

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UFC 189 to be or not to be?


Jose Aldo is bruised, but not broken, according to an official update from UFC.com that was just released.

“In light of recent reports regarding the status of UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, UFC has received official medical confirmation from several doctors that Aldo did not suffer a broken rib. Following a review of the scans, it has been determined that the champion suffered a bone bruise to his rib and cartilage injury during training. With this news, Aldo has expressed that he has every intention of facing Conor McGregor at UFC 189.”

That’s awesome news; however, UFC 189 is little more than two weeks away and all indications are that Aldo is currently in “deep pain” 

If, for whatever reason, Aldo is unable to regain full form or suffers another setback preparing for “Notorious” ahead of showtime, UFC has tapped Chad Mendes to serve as its “contingency plan.”