Mike Brown turned over his WEC Featherweight belt to opponent Jose Aldo last night in a devastating loss. The WEC Featherweight division is arguably the toughest weight class in all of MMA. Read more below.
Seven is the number of days in a week, stellar objects in our solar system visible to the naked eye from earth, and steps walked by Buddha at birth. It’s also the number of minutes that the former champ held up against, well, the new champ.
Yesterday in front of a near-sellout crowd Jose Aldo proved why he should hold the championship belt, rendering his 145-pound opponent helpless. It turned out to be a true display of technical mastery by the Brazilian fighter as he dominated Brown from beginning to end.
There are plenty of pictures from the bout floating around the web, but video is a different story. So unless you caught the fight last night, or are extremely web savvy, good luck finding video!
As a biography:
Where and when was Jose Aldo born? September 9, 1986 in Brazil. What is his height and weight? 5 ft 7 in – 145 lbs He is ranked in the top 5 best MMA fighters in the world for his weight class, and made his fighting debut in June of last year. He is a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu master, however, he possess topnotch striking abilities. In his last six fights not a single opponents has been able to go the distance. He holds a impressive record of (16-1) with 10 knockouts and 6 submissions.
If you are aware of any accurate information that we overlooked, please feel free to add to our bio in the comment section. Also, check out pictures and a video below.
Did you watch the new WEC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo reign supreme last night?