Interim featherweight champion Jose Aldo is fed adult with excuses and lies about his rematch with Conor McGregor and he’s now asked for his recover from a UFC as a result.
Aldo spoke to Combate in Brazil on Tuesday after news was expelled that McGregor wouldn’t be returning to 145 pounds and would instead face Eddie Alvarez for a lightweight pretension during UFC 205.
To make matters worse, McGregor will keep his featherweight pretension for during slightest one some-more quarrel while Aldo is left holding onto a halt tag he won behind during UFC 200 with a win over Frankie Edgar.
Aldo was intensely dissapoint after a UFC attempted to offer him a quarrel on a same label on Nov 12 opposite presumably Max Holloway or Anthony Pettis while also refusing to frame McGregor of a pretension as formerly promised.
“We waited until Dana (White) publicly pronounced that he wanted this quarrel with McGregor to happen. And afterwards we approaching it to happen. I’d get my rematch to harmonize a featherweight belts, or I’d have my belt behind and quarrel Holloway or Pettis, given Dana pronounced all a time that Conor couldn’t keep both belts,” Aldo pronounced (translation by MMAFighting).
“But, to my surprise, we listened final night about a quarrel between McGregor and Eddie Alvarez, that was also denied by Dana final week. And to make it worse, he would keep a featherweight belt, and presumably carrying dual belts during a same time.”
White settled on Tuesday that a UFC was permitting McGregor to keep a featherweight pretension for during slightest one some-more quarrel so he could potentially turn a initial ever coexisting dual multiplication champion if he can kick Alvarez in November.
At that point, White claims that McGregor would afterwards have to obey one of a titles and sojourn in presumably a lightweight or featherweight division.
For his part, McGregor didn’t sound peaceful to give adult presumably belt if he gets past Alvarez during UFC 205.
“I’m going to hang one (belt) on one shoulder and I’m going to hang a other (belt) on a other shoulder and they’re going to need a (expletive) army to come take them belts off me,” McGregor pronounced during a UFC 205 press conference.
Aldo seems to trust McGregor’s difference since a UFC still hasn’t nude him notwithstanding countless promises in a past to take a belt divided from him if he didn’t urge it.
At this point, Aldo ill and sleepy of a excuses and he immediately asked for his recover from a UFC.
“Conor himself pronounced before that he wouldn’t give his belt divided by any possibility and nobody would take it divided from him. After all this, we see we can’t trust any word from boss Dana White, and who’s in assign of a graduation now is Conor McGregor,” Aldo said. “Since I’m not here to be an worker of McGregor, currently we ask to cancel my agreement with a UFC.
“When they offering me a quarrel with Frankie Edgar, Dana pronounced that a leader would plea McGregor or win a linear title, that he would remove his belt if he didn’t lapse to a featherweight multiplication after his rematch with Nate Diaz. After being fooled so many times, we don’t feel encouraged to quarrel in a UFC anymore.”
Aldo says that he understands a kind of income that McGregor draws into a association though during a same time he was never afforded a same opportunity. The halt champion brings adult a due hitch from a few years ago when he wanted to pierce to 155 pounds to plea Anthony Pettis for a title, though a UFC pronounced that he would have to give adult a featherweight belt to do it.
The double customary doesn’t make clarity to Aldo and that’s usually another reason he wants out of a UFC.
“I know that he sells a lot, though it gets to a extent when it’s no longer a sport, it becomes a circus,” Aldo said. “I don’t wish any form of quarrel with a UFC. The usually thing we wish is to go on with my life, and they will go on with theirs.”
Later that night, UFC boss Dana White spoke to a same opening and positive them that he would pronounce to Aldo and well-spoken things over with a halt champion.
That didn’t lay too good with Aldo, who immediately reiterated his prior matter and afterwards pronounced that if a UFC didn’t wish to recover him from his agreement than he would usually retire from a competition all together.
“If (Dana) likes me and my family, we usually wish he expelled me. we don’t wish a fight. we wish to leave as we came in,” Aldo said. “The UFC and WEC didn’t give me anything. Everything we cowed was my consequence and from my team. Nobody gave me anything. we cowed everything. And we gave them a lot some-more than they gave me back. we usually wish them to recover me from my contract. I’m not a prostitute to sell myself (for money).
“I don’t even wish to quarrel MMA. we wish to follow a career in another sport. That’s what we want.”