Jose Aldo is widely considered as one of the best mixed martial artists of all time recently announced his retirement. Here we take a moment to look back at a few of the best moments of his career.
Aldo made his UFC debut at UFC 129 in the year 2011 against Kenny Florian. He made an amazing debut by defeating Florian via decision in round 5.
Aldo won WEC with five straight (T)KO finishes and went ahead to challenge for the title. Aldo defeated Brown in only six minutes and 20 seconds and made history.
Aldo defeated Faber via unanimous decision at WEC 48. The fighter showcased legendry leg kicks that finally led to his victory. He showed one of the most dominant performances ever given by any Brazilian.
In a McGregor vs Aldo fight, the Irishman landed a hard-hitting punch that brought Aldo to the canvas. But just after the fight was over, McGregor began to show his rival respect after months of warfare.
After their fight at UFC 194, the relationship between Also and McGregor has strengthened in a good way. The Irishman has expressed on multiple occasions how much he appreciates Aldo. After Aldo defeated Pedro Munhoz at UFC 265, the Irishman took to Twitter and said, "Good to see Aldo had a good win the other week; very happy to see that.”