UFC 212: Former Champ Jose Aldo Breaks Silence After Loss

Jose Aldo

Following his second loss in his UFC career, former featherweight champion Jose Aldo has released an official statement on his title unification loss to Max Holloway.

On Saturday night, Aldo skipped the UFC 212 post-fight presser and avoided question by the media. But this week he finally expressed interest to return inside the Octagon.

Aldo wrote,

“Be content to act, and leave the talking to others” – Baltasar Gracian

I only have to thank my ‘dad’ Andre Pederneiras, the best team in the world, Nova Uniao, because if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t be the people’s champion, and (thank) all my trainers, who did a super well done job and got me ready, and all my fans who are always with me, here’s my love and my thank you. I’m speechless with all the love I’ve received until today, and every word you send to me. Thank you.

The rest, fuck it, because I’ll come back, because we go down so we can get back up!! That’s it!! We’ll be back!!

On June 3, 2017, Aldo faced interim featherweight champion Holloway in the main event at UFC 212. The Nova Uniao star lost the fight by TKO in the third round after a back-and-forth battle. Despite the loss, the fight earned Aldo his fourth Fight of the Night bonus award.

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