The fans of Jose Aldo can now breath freely, as Aldo brushes out the rumors that he will retire after fighting Connor McGregor in UFC 194 which will be held in the MGM Grand Arena this December 12, 2015 in Las Vegas Nevada.
“This won’t be my last fight,” Aldo cleared out in an interview in UFC.com, “I think I still have other opponents to face.”
The rumor came out as Aldo’s trainer, Andy Souwer said through MMAFighting.com that he believed that Aldo will be retiring immediately after facing Conor McGregor in UFC 194.
Souwer when asked about Aldo’s retirement is that, “”To be honest, yeah I think. Yeah, I think so.”
“So I think he’s done with it. And ready. I will agree. Whatever he is thinking, it’s his decision. But I think it will be good for him,” Souwer added.
The news spread like wild fire as the entire MMA community was already asking Aldo in all his social media accounts if the news were true about his pending retirement.
Right now, Aldo is much focused on his upcoming match against Conor McGregor and he even visualized his perfect match against him.
“If the fight stays standing, I will knock him out,” he said. “If he goes to the ground, I’ll submit him. This night will be perfect, and I will win.”
UFC 194 promises to be the biggest fightcard that the organization ever had for the year 2015. The fightcard will also headline another blockbuster main event with the undefeated Chris Weidman facing Luke Rockhold for the UFC Middleweight Championship.
Other notable matches are Ronald Souza against Yoel Romero, Demian Maia going up against Gunnar Nelson, Max Holloway will be facing Jeremy Stevens and Urijah Faber vs Frankie Saenz.
The much awaited fight card will be available via pay-per-view on UFC.com at a price of US $15.