Jose Aldo is one of the most dynamic fighters to ever set foot in the UFC. Even though most of Aldo’s highlight reel finishes were in the WEC, his UFC career has still been pretty spectacular. He has recently revealed the timeline of his return to the UFC.
Aldo is a high-level blackbelt in Jiu-Jitsu, but prefers to keep it on the feet. His Muay Thai is world-class and he has excellent takedown defense as well. He actually holds one of the highest percentages for takedown defense in the UFC.
Since his loss to Conor McGregor, Aldo has been gunning for a rematch. He beat Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 last July to win the interim title, but was ready to quit the UFC when McGregor fought Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205.
Just recently, Conor McGregor had to choose to relinquish one of his belts and he chose to let go of the featherweight one. By McGregor doing so, this made Aldo the Undisputed champion. Max Holloway vs Anthony Pettis will be for the interim featherweight title at UFC 206.
On the next page, Aldo reveals the timeline of his return. It is exciting that we will get to see him back in action in the featherweight division. Even though he got knocked out by McGregor, Aldo has to be considered the greatest featherweight of all time because of what he has accomplished.