Jose Aldo demands a rematch with Conor McGregor

The Brazilian lost to McGregor in December

BY Daniel Kelly 08:54 Thursday 28 January 2016, 8:54 28 Jan 2016

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Former UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo has demanded a rematch with Conor McGregor.

The Brazilian, who was unbeaten in ten years before the McGregor fight, lost inside 15 seconds to McGregor at UFC 194. Since the loss, McGregor has moved to the Middleweight division without vacating the Featherweight belt.

In a post on his Facebook account, Aldo has claimed he won't fight again unless it's is against McGregor or for a title. "I will not accept any other fight other than a title shot. My only exception would be fighting Conor McGregor."

Aldo has claimed the Dubliner is now scared to fight in a rematch. "He is scared and knows that I'm gonna win", the Brazilian claims.

UFC owners Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta are also asked by Aldo to keep their word and grant the rematch. He states the belt does not even have to be on the line and tells McGregor that "what I want is to whoop your ass".

McGregor returns to action against Rafael dos Anjos on March 5th in Las Vegas. 


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