Aldo decides to retire from MMA
According to MMA Fighting, citing its own sources, the former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo decided to end his fighting career.
It is reported that the Brazilian team agreed with the UFC to terminate the contract, according to which he had one fight left. This means that now 36-year-old Aldo can try his hand at boxing, which he has repeatedly spoken about in recent years.
During his 18-year career, Aldo scored 31 wins and eight losses. The Brazilian is widely regarded as the greatest featherweight and one of the best fighters of any weight class in the history of MMA. In his assets over such eminent fighters as Cub Swanson, Frankie Edgar, Chad Mendes, Ricardo Lamas and others.
Jose spent his last fight on August 20 at UFC 278, losing by unanimous decision to Merab Dvalishvili.