Jose Aldo addresses his future at homecoming welcome

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Jose Aldo arrived back to Brazil to fans with open arms after his devastating loss to Conor McGregor at UFC 194. Aldo’s undefeated reign that spanned over 10 years came to an end Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nevada in just 13 seconds in his UFC featherweight title fight with McGregor.

Aldo spoke with on what is next for the formerly rated UFC pound-for-pound king (translated by Google Translate):

“What I did in 10 years does not go out in 13 seconds. You win, lose, but learn in defeat. Soon we returned to be champions. The next fight could be a rematch, then it is to keep a level head. I do not know whether it is immediate or not revenge. We’re talking. Conor wants to move up, can no longer make weight. May fight in the weight up. The next could be a title fight with Frankie Edgar – he said.

“It’s great to receive this care. It shows that we are on track. The result was not good, the sport is part. In the future we will take this joy you guys. Now is train, train and train. Nothing comes without work. Let’s see where we make mistakes, repair and return well. When I’m in there is by family, friends and country. Alone’m nobody. I count on the crowd and see this reception shows that we have everything we need. In defeat they are with me. I’ll train twice or three times to win back what is ours.”

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