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Jose Aldo Takes a Page Out of Conor McGregor’s Book With Startling Boxing News & Fans Can’t Wait for It

Published 01/09/2023, 6:30 AM EST

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Jose Aldo is a Brazilian MMA fighter who has made a name for himself in the world of combat sports. Moreover, having a professional record of 29 wins and 7 losses, Aldo is one of the greatest featherweight fighters of all time. Throughout his career, Aldo has won numerous accolades, including the UFC featherweight title, which he held for over two years.

In addition to his success in the cage, Aldo is famous for his impressive striking abilities. He goes by the nickname ‘Scarface’. Furthermore, his quick footwork and precise striking have made him a fan favorite and a formidable opponent for any fighter.

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Fans of Aldo have recently been excited by the news of his boxing debut. It is set to take place in the near future. While details of the event have not yet been released, it is sure to be a highly exciting matchup as Aldo looks to add another accolade to his already impressive career.

Jose Aldo Returns to the Ring: Fans Can’t Wait to See ‘Scarface’ Throw Some Punches!

Fans are thrilled after learning about the news of Aldo’s comeback. Here’s what they had to say:

One fan thought he will do well: “His hands got really nice his last couple fights, I think he’ll do great.

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Some fan hated the YouTube boxing scenario: “I hate the YouTube boxing scene but watching Aldo rip body shots on some internet celebrities would be amazing

Whilst this fan had his matchmaking hat on: “Aldo vs McGregor 2 in boxing

Another fan shares his prediction: “Guarantee Jake Paul fights him before the end of the year

A fan said: “Let’s go Aldo! You’re a legend!

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One fan said: “Man… all he ever has to do is get one win and you could justify a title shot. It’s a shame!

Some fan was in favor of Aldo stepping in the boxing ring: “I like this move for Jose he don’t gotta worry bout wrestling and can fully let his hands go

A fan said: “My boy already has some lethal hands. Excited to see him hone his skills more so.

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Whilst another fan was really up for it: “Aldo boxing actually sounds very doable can’t wait to watch it

A Dream Come True: Brazilian MMA fighter Aldo on his Boxing venture

Get ready to see Jose Aldo’s fists flying in the boxing ring! The Brazilian mixed martial artist is set to make his professional boxing debut in Rio de Janeiro on February 10th. Although details about his opponent, the number of rounds, and weight class have not yet been announced, we do know that this will be a professional match.

He said, “It was always a dream I had in my life, I never hid that from anyone.

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It was always a dream. But let’s see. Everybody says I’m still young, that I have a few years.” He further added.

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Aldo has been training in boxing for quite some time, even before he retired from MMA, working with coaches at the Brazilian Navy in Rio de Janeiro. With a professional record of 31 wins and 8 losses, 17 of those victories coming by way of knockout, Aldo is no stranger to throwing punches.

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The boxing event will take place at the Upper Arena, Nova Uniao’s training center and the usual site for Shooto Brazil cards in the city. UFC President Dana White promised to clear Aldo to compete in any sport other than MMA, making this boxing debut possible.

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Himakshu Vyas

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Himakshu Vyas is a Combat Sports author at Essentiallysports. He is passionate about sports, with soccer and MMA being the sports he is most involved in. Aside from that, he follows the global soccer scene.
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