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What is Left for Jose Aldo?

Jose Aldo is in the co-main event of this weekends UFC Fortaleza card. In his first fight back since losing his Featherweight title to Max Holloway at UFC 212, he is looking to continue his winning ways, squaring off against promising prospect Renato Moicano. Beyond this weekend, however, what is left for Aldo in the sport?

What is left for Daniel Cormier?

Daniel Cormier is currently set to headline UFC 230 to save the day. For many years now he has seemed to be a company man, but as his career is certainly winding down, how much does he have left to give and how many more times will we get to see his famous run to the octagon?

I'm So Happy for Derrick Lewis

In a huge week of fight announcements and withdrawals, one that stood out to me was that Derrick Lewis got a long-awaited title shot against Heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier. Truly, this is such a Derrick Lewis way to get a shot, and we will explain why, but I just want to say that Derrick Lewis is getting what he deserves.

This is James Vick's Chance

This weekend, James Vick FINALLY has the chance to prove himself against an elite guy at 155 after a rather disappointing result against Beneil Dariush in 2016. "The Texecutioner" (an all-time good MMA name) is facing Justin Gaethje, and although he's on a two fight skid currently, he's a guy that will be around the top as long as he is in the organization.

Eddie Alvarez is Gambling with his Career

This weekend, the UFC is back in Canada, this time in Calgary and on big boy FOX. Something that isn’t being heavily discussed is the fact that Eddie Alvarez is on the last fight of his contract. He previously rejected a contract this year, saying the terms simply weren’t good enough for “The Underground King.” So this Saturday’s outcome is HUUUUGE for Alvarez, and more specifically, his pocket book.

Is this the end of Cowboy as we know him?

This weekend, the UFC invades Asia once again, this time in Singapore for a night of fights. Also, partially as a result of the massive time difference, the card is on Fight Pass and has a lot of garbage on it. It’s just the way it is. There are a couple bright spots, including the main event. That main event includes crowd-favorite UFC LEGEND (yeah, I said it) Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.

Max "Blessed" Holloway: Next Champ-Champ?

So, good news and bad news. Starting with the bad news, Tony Ferguson is out. Again. That will be touched upon another time, but the good news is that Max "Blessed" Holloway has stepped up on 6 days notice and will fight Khabib for the Lightweight Championship to headline UFC 223. And let me tell you something, boys and girls, this is gonna be interesting.