For the second straight month, mixed martial arts (MMA) fans bore witness to an incredible knockout finish of a formally immortal champion as Conor McGregor took out Jose Aldo to claim the undisputed Featherweight title at the UFC 194 pay-per-view (PPV) last night.
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"Notorious" blew away his Brazilian opponent in just 13 seconds to not only unify 145-pound titles, but also become the sole owner of the fastest knockout in UFC title fight history.
Now, as one might imagine, not everyone was thrilled with what went down inside MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday night (Dec. 12, 2015) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Of course, McGregor's SBG Ireland family was ecstatic with his spotless performance (via FOX Sports).
But if you were a coach or training partner of Aldo, who hadn't lost a bout in nine years, the outcome just might shake you up, as it did to his Nova Uniao team in "Sin City."
The 29-year-old was adamant about getting a rematch in his post-fight interview, saying "it was really not a fight."
With the nature in which Aldo was knocked out, it seems like an immediate rematch makes most sense, considering UFC President Dana White just booked Holly Holm vs. Ronda Rousey 2 next summer at UFC 200.
However, McGregor might decide to pursue other aforementioned ambitions, like vacating his 145-pound belt to take on the winner of the upcoming Lightweight title fight between champion Rafael dos Anjos and top contender Donald Cerrone at UFC on FOX 17, which takes place next weekend (Sat., Dec. 19, 2015).
Meanwhile, Frankie Edgar is somewhere in Las Vegas right now grinding his teeth.
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