1. Jose Aldo Says He Had Spies in Frankie Edgar's Locker Room for UFC 200

    Jose Aldo became the UFC interim featherweight champion by defeating Frankie Edgar by unanimous decision at UFC 200, a victory he may have earned with the help of some well-placed informants...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 2 days ago 69,598 reads 89 comments

  2. Jose Aldo and Joanna Jedrzejczyk Embody the Importance of Swagger in MMA

    Swagger is a hard thing to define. As a Supreme Court justice once put it with regard to something entirely different: You know it when you see it. When you spot swagger, in the context of a fight, there's no mistaking what you've seen...

    Patrick  Wyman Written by Patrick Wyman about 10 days ago 15,389 reads 61 comments

  3. For Jose Aldo, Winning Interim UFC Belt Means Conor McGregor Purgatory

    The current champion has all but abandoned the featherweight division. He’s moved up and out to a higher weight class and a higher-priced zip code, but his presence looms over the rest of the 145-pounders as a specter of gold...

    Mike Chiappetta Written by Mike Chiappetta about 13 days ago 34,388 reads 104 comments

  4. Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar Results: Winner and Reaction from UFC 200

    Jose Aldo is once again a UFC champion after a unanimous-decision win over Frankie Edgar at UFC 200 to win the interim UFC Featherweight Championship on Saturday...

    Alex Ballentine Written by Alex Ballentine about 13 days ago 78,823 reads 164 comments

  5. UFC 200: Still Conor McGregor's World, Even as Aldo and Edgar Vie for a Title

    Ostensibly, this is a story about Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar . That pair of veterans will fight over the interim featherweight title Saturday at UFC 200, in what might be the ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 15 days ago 15,401 reads 24 comments

  6. Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar 2: The Complete Breakdown

    In the extended absence of Conor McGregor , who seems more interested in chasing Nate Diaz and other fights at 155 or 170 pounds than defending his featherweight crown, Jose ...

    Patrick  Wyman Written by Patrick Wyman about 18 days ago 12,132 reads 59 comments

  7. Frankie Edgar's Relentless Will to Succeed Drives Him in the Octagon and in Life

    Mark Henry tells a story about Frankie Edgar that explains the ferocity of his competitiveness. Often in the week before fights, Henry—Edgar’s boxing coach—hosts a cookout at his house...

    Mike Chiappetta Written by Mike Chiappetta about 18 days ago 15,802 reads 29 comments