Jose Aldo won't give up on rematch with Conor McGregor as the pair get into it again at UFC200

Aldo is on a mission to avenge the 13-second defeat he suffered at the hands of the Dubliner

BY Robbie Dunne 10:46 Sunday 10 July 2016, 10:46 10 Jul 2016

Jose Aldo is not letting that 13-second knockout he suffered at the hands of Conor McGregor go as he called out The Notorious from the octagon after his victory over Frankie Edgar.

Asked after the fight what he has to say to McGregor, the Brazilian responded, "You are the next and next time you won't be as lucky as you were before."

Aldo had been unbeaten in almost 10 years prior to the McGregor fight and with all the hype and build-up, to have been knocked out after just 13 seconds is clearly not sitting right.

McGregor was cage-side for UFC200 and Aldo called him out after directly after beating Edgar with the Dubliner looking calm and composed as he responded to the Brazilian's trash talk.

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