Jose Aldo discusses life following his loss to Conor McGregor

By Chris Taylor - March 1, 2016

Jose Aldo (25-2 MMA) has been relatively quiet since suffering a 13-second knockout loss to Conor McGregor in the headlining bout of December’s UFC 194 event in Las Vegas.

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The former UFC featherweight champion joined Ariel Helwani on yesterday’s edition of The MMA Hour where he discussed his life since the shocking defeat:

“Mentally I’m ok.” stated Aldo through a translator. “This is part of the sport. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. I’ve been working out for a few weeks now and I am getting ready to go again.”

Helwani asked Aldo how many times he had watched his KO loss to McGregor, to which Jose responded:

“I didn’t watch it a lot because we saw the mistake and now we know what we have to do.”

Ariel asked Jose to elaborate on his ‘mistake’ at UFC 194 to which Aldo replied:

“Actually, I didn’t see any big mistake. I landed a punch and he landed a punch. His just landed better.”

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