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There is no such thing as consensus when discussing MMA history. It’s both fractured and fiercely contested, with fans separating into self-selected groups and arguing on message boards and Twitter. Dividing lines have been drawn and hyperbole reigns.

If you want to see how bad it can get, simply ask any group of hardcore fans who the best fighter in the sport’s history is, then stand back and watch the fireworks. You’ll see fighters like Jon Jones and Fedor Emelianenko lavishly praised and dismissed as utter frauds—often in the same conversation. This is not a fanbase big on nuance.

Jose Aldo cuts through the partisanship in many ways. Because, with Aldo, there’s not much to dispute. He is the greatest UFC featherweight champion of all time. Period. We can say that definitively because he happens to be the only champion the division has ever seen.

That’s about to change.

Tuesday on Sports Center, UFC President Dana White announced that Aldo was pulling out of his title defense at UFC 189 on July 11 in Las Vegas with a rib injury. Instead, top contenders Conor McGregor and Chad Mendes will fight for the interim title and the honor of becoming the second man to claim gold at 145 pounds.

“It’s (Aldo’s) decision. I don’t feel great about it,” White said. “We’ve spent a lot of money promoting this fight and a lot of people were excited. It’s definitely disappointing.”

The UFC clearly wants to be in the McGregor business, and for good reason. The Irish sensation has taken the sport by storm, injecting an energy into the featherweight class that the division has never seen. A brilliant self-promoter, he’s also managed the rare feat of backing up his tough talk in the cage. There’s a lot to be excited about.

But manufacturing an excuse to give McGregor a chance to wear a title belt isn’t the right answer for the promotion. White claimed Aldo had pulled out of five title fights in his career, but in truth, he’s defended his title with the same frequency as most other UFC champions. He just fought last October, and it seems likely he will be able to fight again before the end of the year.

Traditionally, the UFC has only resorted to interim titles when a champion was seriously injured. The champions in question ended up missing significant time, at least one year in every instance. There’s no indication that Aldo will be out for an extended period.

In this case, sources say McGregor demanded the fight with Mendes be for an interim belt. But I doubt he had to twist anyone’s arm too hard to get his way.

It’s not just a move the UFC has to make to appease their star—it’s one the promotion wants to make. McGregor is their guy. He often stays at UFC owner Lorenzo Fertitta’s personal suite and trains at a UFC gym in Las Vegas. They would like nothing more than to see the sport’s next big thing secure a championship at the expense of the greatest featherweight ever.

There’s also a whiff of the punitive hovering over the decision to crown a new kingpin at featherweight. When Aldo’s team initially announced his injury as broken ribs, the UFC took the strange measure of essentially releasing it’s own competing medical analysis, claiming the injury was just a bruise.

The pressure on Aldo to fight in the most important bout he’s had in years must have been enormous. When he could not ultimately physically comply, the promotion seemingly lashed out in the only way it could—by offering his rival a chance at the belt.

The UFC has, as White pointed out, spent freely to promote this fight. It’s been tabbed as the biggest card of the summer and expectations were high. Aldo’s injury, frankly, blows those careful plans sky high.

It makes sense to be upset. These are upsetting circumstances. But it doesn’t make sense to be upset at Aldo. That didn’t stop White or McGregor from laying it on thick during their ESPN appearance.

“If a man is scared for his life, we can not force him to step inside and fight me,” McGregor said on SportsCenter. “Doctors have cleared him to fight. It’s a bruise—but he still pulled out. Rightfully so, the belt should be taken from him and we will contest for the interim belt, or in my opinion, the real belt.”

Here’s the thing, though—no one buys that. Aldo is the only featherweight champion any of us have ever known. That status doesn’t just disappear because the UFC says so. To be the man, you have to beat the man. And, no matter how loud his mouth or his suits get, McGregor isn’t yet the man.

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When UFC officials selected Chad Mendes as the main event “Plan B” for UFC 189, Frankie Edgar fans—not to mention the man himself—felt a little short-changed.

After all, the former lightweight champ is on a four-fight winning streak, going 4-1 overall since dropping down to 145 pounds in early 2013.

Mendes is on a pretty good streak of his own, even if he lost relatively recently (last October, to be exact) to reigning champion Jose Aldo. And he is ranked one spot higher than Edgar in the official UFC featherweight rankings. (Mendes is ranked No. 1, and Edgar is ranked No. 2.) That’s why he got the nod over Edgar as the fighter to replace Aldo if the champ is unable to overcome an injured rib and fight Conor McGregor at UFC 189 on July 11.

But Edgar is still unhappy, suggesting on Monday that UFC matchmakers don’t display much consistency when it came to title shots and the like.

 

 

In a presumed attempt to explain their rationale and perhaps smooth the waters with one of their top stars, UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta told Chuck Mindenhall of MMA Fighting that the choice between Mendes and Edgar was essentially a pick ’em.

“It would have been a little weird if we picked Frankie and then Chad would say, but I’m number one,” Fertitta said, according to the MMA Fighting report published Tuesday. “Not that we always go distinctly by one, two or three, but both guys were available, and he was number one and Frankie was number two. I think looking at Mendes’ past performances [were a deciding factor]….In his last fight against [Ricardo] Lamas, he blew right through the guy. And it was like, you know what, he’s got the momentum we feel like, and we feel like he deserves it.”

For now, it is unknown whether Mendes will even be needed on July 11. Aldo has reportedly not been training as usual this week and has pushed back a final decision on whether he will fight. 

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Yoel Romero was at it again at UFC Fight Night 70, where he stopped Lyoto Machida and continued to prove he is one of the best and most entertaining competitors at 185 pounds.

Now 6-0 inside the Octagon, Romero is making a strong case for a shot at the middleweight championship. There are a few still ahead of him in line for a crack at Chris Weidman, but Romero shouldn’t be more than one win away.

Where did this past weekend’s win put Romero in the 185-pound rankings? How much did another stoppage loss hurt Machida’s positioning?

Here is a look at the good calls and bad calls made in the latest official UFC rankings.

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A rib injury forced featherweight champion Jose Aldo on Tuesday to pull out of his match with Conor McGregor that had been slated for July 11 in the main event of UFC 189 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Getty Images)

Aldo’s rib injury was preventable, which makes it even more maddening for UFC president Dana White.


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Another piece of evidence came Wednesday that the MMA community is getting more serious about forcing illegal drugs out of the sport. The California State Athletic Commission drug-tested nearly every fighter competing at UFC Fight Night 71, scheduled to take place July 15 in San Diego.

That’s according to a report published Wednesday night by Marc Raimondi of MMA Fighting:

CSAC Executive Officer Andy Foster confirmed that the commission had conducted out-of-competition drug testing on every fighter on the card, with the exception of those who live and train in foreign countries, where the commission is not currently authorized to conduct drug screenings. Out-of-competition tests are those which do not occur immediately before a fight is scheduled.

The 13-fight card is headlined by a heavyweight bout between Frank Mir and Todd Duffee. The co-main event will feature a lightweight tilt between Gilbert Melendez and Al Iaquinta.

The CSAC made waves last week on the drug front when it suspended former Bellator middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko for three years after he tested positive for steroids. It’s a stiff penalty, and Shlemenko has indicated that he wants to file suit against the commission to have the suspension overturned.

The UFC itself also has made big strides recently in this area. In fact, its own out-of-competition drug-testing policy takes effect Wednesday. The program, which will be conducted in partnership with the United States Anti-Doping Agency, carries much more rigorous testing requirements and punishments for test failures.

Drugs, including those of the performance-enhancing variety, have dogged MMA and hindered its advancement essentially since the sport’s inception. Earlier this year, however, that long-simmering problem may have come to a head when Anderson Silva—arguably the greatest MMA fighter of all time—tested positive for the steroid drostanolone

Silva, who denies using PEDs, said he will fight the suspension. His formal hearing with the Nevada State Athletic Commission has been postponed multiple times. 

Silva defeated Nick Diaz by decision in the main event of UFC 183, the event at which Silva tested positive. It turns out that Diaz also failed a drug test at the event, testing positive for marijuana for the third time in his career.

In January, prior to his light heavyweight title defense at UFC 182, champ Jon Jones tested positive for cocaine.

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So much for that 100 percent confidence.

Merely hours ago, UFC President Dana White’s answer was “yes” when MMAFighting’s Ariel Helwani asked if he was 100 percent confident Jose Aldo would still defend his featherweight title against Conor McGregor at UFC 189.

Aldo had reportedly injured his ribs last week during a sparring session when he was kicked by a teammate. Initial reports from Combate, per MMAFighting.com, revealed that Aldo had fractured his ribs, putting the bout against McGregor in serious doubt.

However, the UFC released an official statement a day later, claiming Aldo’s ribs weren’t broken. According to the statement, Aldo’s official diagnosisfollowing a review of the CT scanswas a bone bruise and cartilage injury.

A contingency plan was mentioned to already be in place if Aldo was unable to compete on July 11. Chad Mendes was selected as the featherweight to take his place against McGregor in an interim title fight. Despite having a “Plan B,” the UFC seemed confident Aldo would still step up and take the fight.

When speaking with Helwani on Tuesday at the unveiling of the new Reebok uniforms, White was completely confident fight fans would get the bout they wanted to see:

Jose Aldo wants this fight. The injury that he has is the same injury [Donald] ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone just fought with. Cowboy Cerrone just fought with this injury. He got hit to the body, and he won the fight. Dan Henderson fought with this injury, and a lot of other fighters have fought with the same thing that Jose has right now.

Even UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta told Helwani he was “very confident” Aldo would still be fighting McGregor.

But the injury was too much for the 28-year-old featherweight champ to overcome. The UFC announced on Tuesday that Aldo had officially pulled out of his UFC 189 title fight with McGregor. The Irish challenger will now take on Mendes for the interim featherweight title.

MMA fighters and analysts wasted little time in posting their thoughts of the new UFC 189 main event on Twitter (Warning: NSFW Language).

 

Jordy McElroy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also is the MMA writer for FanRag Sports and co-founder of The MMA Bros.

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In the days following his smashing of Cain Velasquez to become the undisputed UFC heavyweight champion, Fabricio Werdum expressed interest in a rematch with the former titleholder.

Vai Cavalo put on one of the most impressive performances of his career, as he out-struck the American Kickboxing Academy product en route to finishing Velasquez via guillotine choke in the third round of their tilt at UFC 188.

Velasquez’s signature brand of cardio and high-paced output was zapped by Mexico City’s high elevation, and Werdum seemed willing to prove he’d best the California native once again inside the Octagon.

While Werdum is still open to facing Velasquez, in a recent interview with MMA Fighting’s Guilherme Cruz, the Kings MMA representative suggested he’s aiming for a much bigger lineup than just the man he recently dethroned.

The 37-year-old grappling machine is now taking aim at a series of rematches with fighters he has suffered setbacks against on previous occasions. The newly crowned heavyweight king wants to redeem himself by avenging losses against Andrei Arlovski and Junior Dos Santos, starting with a matchup against The Pit Bull for his first official title defense attempt.

The resurgent striker scored a unanimous-decision victory over Werdum at UFC 70 back in 2007, and his current five-fight winning streak has him within striking distance of a shot at the heavyweight title.

It’s a bout Werdum welcomes with open arms, and he believes things would go much differently a second time around:

I would like to fight Arlovski because it was a close fight, a split decision, an ugly fight that nobody liked, and I think I won. Arlovski next might be a good idea. After that, ‘Cigano’. But I take step by step. The next step is Arlovski, and then ‘Cigano’. I fought ‘Minotauro’ again, did well and won, and now it’s the rematch with Arlovski. ‘Cigano’ would be cool. But I got to focus on Arlovski first because he’s a former UFC champion and this fight will sell well.

While the next official challenger for the Brazilian wrecking machine has yet to be named by the UFC, it’s clear he wants to face Arlovski next. And in his mind, once he gets through the Jackson/Winkeljohn-trained fighter, then he will turn his focus toward avenging a loss that played a major factor in his career trajectory.

Seven years ago, Werdum was inching closer to a shot at the UFC title when he faced up-and-coming powerhouse Dos Santos at UFC 90.

Cigano was an unknown back in 2008, but after his blistering first-round knockout over Werdum that night in Chicago, it set him on a course for much bigger things in the heavyweight fold. On the flip side of the equation, the loss to JDS led to Werdum being released from his UFC contract, and he would spend the better part of the next four years battling his way back to the biggest stage in MMA.

The loss to Dos Santos is one that has never sat well with Werdum, and he’s looking forward to stepping back into the Octagon with the former champion:

I want to rematch ‘Cigano’ in Brazil, at the Arena do Gremio in Porto Alegre. It would be a dream come true. Fighting in my hometown, where I was born and raised. The people from Porto Alegre love fights, especially now that they have one of them in the UFC. I’m sure that we would have 40, 50 thousand people at the Arena for this fight. We would break the UFC record.

I want this rematch with ‘Cigano’ because I was not a professional the first time we fought. Not taking anything away from him. He went there and knocked me out, and then he won the UFC title. He deserved it. But I learned a lot with it. That loss changed my entire career. It was either become a professional or stop fighting. That was when I decided to become a professional fighter.

With the heavyweight champion laying out potential names for his redemption tour, one fighter whom he doesn’t appear interested in facing at the current time is Stipe Miocic. The Cleveland-based contender is coming off the biggest win of his career over recent interim title challenger Mark Hunt and has been campaigning for a shot at Werdum’s belt. 

Nevertheless, Werdum’s focus is locked on facing opponents who will make the biggest fights from a revenue standpoint, and Miocic is certainly behind Arlovski and Dos Santos in that particular category.

Yet when the final decisions are made, he will step in to defend his belt against the fighter the promotion deems the official No. 1 contender. Werdum knows every potential opponent brings a threat to his title reign in the Octagon, but he has no intention of relinquishing his championship gold anytime soon:

I can’t say who is more dangerous. At this level, every fight is tough. They are all dangerous. The heavyweight division is dangerous because one punch can end everything. Everybody is dangerous. ‘Cigano’ has heavy hands, Arlovski showed that too against Travis Browne, and Miocic is doing well, too. Anyone can finish anyone.

 

Duane Finley is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. All quotes are obtained firsthand unless noted otherwise.

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