Brett Okamoto My five favorite Jose Aldo moments

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Jose Aldo‘s featherweight bout against Renato Moicano on Saturday won’t be his last — but that time is apparently coming.

Aldo (27-4) has made it known he has three fights left on his UFC contract, and intends to fit them all into 2019. Once those three are done, the 32-year-old Brazilian says he will retire from mixed martial arts to pursue other interests.

For my money, Aldo is the most dominant featherweight this sport has ever witnessed (although Max Holloway is making a run at that title). On the heels of the two-time UFC champion’s recent announcement, here is a ranking of the top moments in his storied career.

No. 5: WEC 41; June 7, 2009. Defeats Cub Swanson via TKO at 0:08 of the first round



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