Renato Moicano is a Jack of All Trades, with Answers for All
Moicano may not dazzle you with a standout technique or tactic, but he is the featherweight division's most adaptable striker.
Desperate and Dangerous, Jose Aldo Lands His Greatest Knockout
An older, slower Jose Aldo took control against Jeremy Stephens by unleashing a rage he has never shown before.
Tactical Guide to Aldo Vs. Stephens
Is Jose Aldo shot? Can Jeremy Stephens stop making the same mistakes? We just might find out at UFC Calgary on Saturday.
José Aldo, Max Holloway, and an Inflection Point of Hematomas
At UFC 212, featherweight's changing of the guard involved a longtime champion taking an ugly beating.
How Max Holloway Killed the King
Max Holloway put the pace on Jose Aldo in a way no one has ever been able to before. We examine the beautiful movement and feints of the new featherweight champion.
The Tactical Guide to Jose Aldo versus Max Holloway
After a hot and cold start in the UFC, Max Holloway has grown into a featherweight wrecking machine, accumulated a streak of ten victories back-to-back. As Holloway finally gets his crack at the great Jose Aldo, we examine the styles and the match up.
With Conor McGregor on Hiatus, the Dust Is Settling in the Featherweight and Lightweight Divisions
Jose Aldo has agreed to defend his new undisputed featherweight title. Khabib Nurmagomedov is interested in an interim lightweight title fight with Tony Ferguson. All's well that ends well, for now.
Jose Aldo Admits He May Not Belong in MMA's New Conor McGregor Era
This is no time to be a soft-spoken artist.
Aldo's Retirement Could Be Catastrophic to a McGregor-Less Featherweight Division
Should McGregor leave the bracket and Aldo follow through with his retirement claims, the Irishman’s premonition of the division being stuck in the prelims could become a reality.
Jose Aldo Expects McGregor Rematch in NYC
Jose Aldo thinks he'll rematch Conor McGregor in New York City—but only if McGregor loses to Nate Diaz at UFC 202.
Edgar's Chase for McGregor Ends with Aldo
They say that the chase is better than the catch, and after a masterful showing by Jose Aldo at UFC 200, we sure hope that applies to Frankie Edgar in his quest for a meeting with Conor McGregor.
Aldo versus Edgar II: At the Mercy of Pivots Once More
The rematch between Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar was the most technical bout this weekend, but it played out more like a remake than a sequel. We examine the slick pivots and counters which Aldo used to deflect Edgar's straight line offense.