Well, we have a New King of the Hill in the Featherweight Division as Conor McGregor Beats Jose Aldo in quick devastating fashion to become the New Featherweight Champion. The match started off with the 2 squaring off, Jose Aldo attempts to come towards Conor, & Conor lands a left punch, & then Aldo goes sailing to the ground as he counters McGregor. “Jose Aldo was an incredible Champion. He deserved to go a little bit longer. But I believe that precision beats power, and that’s what you saw,”McGregor said as reported by Jeremy Botter of bleacherreport.com. Aldo believes he deserves an immediate rematch and insists that the trash talking leading into this fight didn’t effect his performance. McGregor on the other hand plans to next move up to the Lightweight Division and go after the Lightweight Championship, but also stated that he does not plan on vacating his new Featherweight Championship. If this rematch doesn’t happen, Frankie Edgar will be his next #1 opponent for the Featherweight Belt.
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