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Possessing creative and explosive striking, Jose Also is the No. 4 ranked pound-for-pound fighter on the planet. The Brazilian out of Nova Uniao has only one loss in 22 bouts as a professional and holds wins over Urijah Faber, Mike Brown, Kenny Florian and Chad Mendes to his credit.
Frankie Edgar is the former UFC lightweight champion who defied the odds by upsetting B.J. Penn not once, but twice in 2010. The next year, Edgar showed the world his tremendous heart by overcoming the tremendous challenge of Gray Maynard.
This is a tough fight to predict. Frankie's combinations are outstanding, although no one has bested Jose Aldo on the feet. And despite the excellent takedown defense of the champion, Edgar's wrestling is undoubtedly superior.
The New Jersery native has more experience going the distance in title fights, and has arguably competed against tougher competition throughout his career.
Depending on how you scored his UFC 150 fight against Benson Henderson, Edgar also does not have a single unavenged loss in his career.
Similar to what fan's witnessed with Demetrious Johnson last weekend, Frankie is the type of fighter who can absorb a lot of damage early on and then rally to a point where he is stronger before taking the fight home. I smell a massive upset here.
Edgar defeats Aldo via unanimous decision.