The New York Times has a great piece on Jose Aldopo, who is currently training with fellow UFC fighter Anthony Pettis.
They say, “He’s a gifted fighter who can’t be stopped.”
I’d say this guy can’t even be stopped.
He’s a talented fighter and he’s also one of the best strikers in the world.
He knows how to throw, how to fight, how not to fight and I’m looking forward to seeing him fight on the biggest stage possible.
That would be amazing to see.
That’s a fight that he deserves to get his hands on.
The way I see it, the only thing that could stop him from taking on the greatest fighter in the sport, and the greatest man on the planet in Aldo, is to get him in the cage with somebody who’s as good as he is.
He should be able to take him down.
He has to.
This guy’s a monster.
I’m not talking about a man with a 6-foot-3 frame.
I mean the guy with a 9-foot, 6-inch frame.
He can take him to the ground, knock him out and that’s what he does.
He puts his whole body on the line for this fight.
I think it would be great for the fans to see this guy fight on UFC 175 and the fans would see a fighter who’s the real deal.
He needs to be in the UFC, and he needs to make a statement, too.
So that’s why I think he should be in that fight, I think this fight is the perfect opportunity for him to put his stamp on the sport.
But if I were Aldo and I had to pick one fighter, I would pick Pettis, because I respect him a lot, I respect his style, I like what he can do, and I think that he should have the opportunity to fight Jose Aldos.