2015 best MMA fight – Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor – fight Video UFC 194

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4 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-12-12, one of the most anticipated Ufc fights ever ended with a spectacular and unexpected finish: Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor will go down in mma history and it gets four stars as one of the most exciting mma fights of the year 2015 (UFC Performance of the Night).

The black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Ufc Fw champion Jose Aldo entered this fight with a professional mma record of 25-1-0 (64% finishing rate) and he is ranked as the No.1 featherweight in the world. ‘Scarface’ Aldo suffered his only loss in 2005 when he faced Luciano Azevedo, since then he has collected 18 consecutive victories winning the Wec Fw title in 2009 (against Mike Brown), then promoted to Ufc champion in 2010. He fought twice last year beating Ricardo Lamas (=Aldo vs Lamas) and Chad Mendes (=Aldo vs Mendes 2).
His opponent, the interim Ufc Fw champion Conor McGregor, has an official record of 18-2-0 (94% finishing rate) and he entered as the No.3 in the same weight class. ‘The Notorius’ McGregor suffered his last defeat in 2010 when he faced Joseph Duffy, but since then he has won 14 fights (six in the Ufc) beating Dennis Siver (=McGregor vs Siver) and Chad Mendes in 2015 (=Mendes vs McGregor). ‘Junior’ Aldo vs McGregor, main event of the UFC 194, is valid for the Ufc featherweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

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Event: UFC 194: Aldo vs Mcgregor

Date: 2015-12-12

Where: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Division: featherweight (145 lbs, 66 kg)

Title: UFC Featherweight Championship

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Conor McGregor def. Jose Aldo (KO at 0:14, round 1)

 

UFC 194 fight card (main fights):
Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor
Chris Weidman vs Luke Rockhold
Ronaldo Souza vs Yoel Romero
Demian Maia vs Gunnar Nelson
Max Holloway vs Jeremy Stephens
Urijah Faber vs Frankie Saenz

Aldo’s previous fight: Jose Aldo vs Chad Mendes 2

McGregor’s previous fight: Chad Mendes vs Conor McGregor

McGregor’s next fight: Conor McGregor vs Nate Diaz

Aldo’s next fight: Frankie Edgar vs Jose Aldo 2

 

 

Video:
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  • mister x

    what a koooo!!

  • rplende

    Bloody pathetic! Why didn’t Aldo start with kicks to the lead leg?? It was there for the taking. Stupid move by someone who should have known better.

  • Dawud Moor

    What Hell was he thinking?!.Lunging in, susceptable to the counter left hook.That strategy looked amateurish. In a fight of that magnitude stay back be on your cycle. Wait, wait, wait, weigh out the opponent be defensive/ patient but never that kind of stategy. Come on a 30sec. fight? Millions lost on PPV and odds makers.

  • terence74

    aldo deserves a rematch like anderson silva when he lost the first fight with weidman

  • R

    Come on mcgregor

  • bukx

    I was not rooting for any of the two, but, come on, what mc gregor has done, and i dont care if it was luck or not, is just amazing. Almost like if his conviction were making things happen, crazy

  • Karl

    Doesn’t matter how long the fight was..what Aldo did or didn’t do…he was in with someone on a miles different level…he knew it as well….pressure played a massive mart in combat sports which he also didnt deal with against Mc because he KNEW he was losing all night long…destiny fellas…destiny…you guy is miles better

  • eldiariero

    Veo demasiado violento este deporte.Saludos.

  • lanzthirteen

    It seems Aldo’s strategy was to launch the right as a decoy and then hit with his left (hook) but problem was he was lunging and without the protection of an actual punch (since the right was just a decoy) then that made him susceptible to a quick left counter from McGregor with the punch’s power being multiplied by Aldo’s forward motion. Seems reminiscent of Pacquio-Marquez 4.

  • Mattsnow

    Popcorn’s ready, tell me what happens in the first few seconds when I’m back bro.

  • Jon Hayes

    how can this be a 4 star fight and be one of the most exciting when it ended in 13 seconds? stupid.