UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo says he wants to go out like former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, on top.
The Brazilian talked to FOX Sports about his legacy and about the hype that the UFC is building up for Conor McGregor.
“I’m the dominant champion. I’m keeping this title for years, I’m always at the top of the division and at the top of the pound for pound ranking, so that makes it big. But I don’t care about it if Dana promotes the other athlete or not. The important thing is that I’m the champion.”
“I’ve seen champions that didn’t do well in their careers in the end. I want to leave at the top, as champion, like Georges St-Pierre did.”
Aldo is undefeated in the WEC and UFC, do you think he’ll retire that way?
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