Conor McGregor ended Jose Aldo’s reign as featherweight champion in just 13 seconds, and the Brazilian fighter wants another shot at "The Notorious".
Moments after losing the 145-pound championship in the quickest championship fight in UFC history, and suffering the first knockout loss of his MMA career, Aldo asked for an immediate rematch.
"He threw a right on my chest, I expected that," Aldo told Joe Rogan inside the Octagon, "and when I attacked him, he hit a good left, and that was it. I think after this fight, we have to go for a rematch."
After months of build-up and trash talk, Aldo wants to get back inside the cage with McGregor, and guarantees that his opponent’s trash talk didn’t play a factor in the clash.
"It didn’t affect anything," Aldo said. "He can say whatever he wants. I’ll never fall in any provocation. He was happy today, he hit me with a good punch. We have to go for a rematch, and I will be better prepared to reclaim what is mine."