Jose Aldo insists he doesn’t care about being an underdog going into his wrestle with Renato Moicano.
Aldo will meet Moicano inside the co-main event of UFC on ESPN+ 2 on Feb. 2. The bout will occur contained within the Centro de Formacao Olimpica do Nordeste in Fortaleza, Brazil. Headlining the cardboard generally is a attainable major contender bout inside the bantamweight division between Raphael Assuncao and Marlon Moraes.
Aldo Shuts Down Oddsmakers
Combate acquired a chance to discuss to Aldo ahead of wrestle night time time. The earlier featherweight ruler talked about he doesn’t put any stock into betting odds (via Bloody Elbow):
“I couldn’t care much less about it. I don’t give a sh-t. I don’t care about playing in any respect. I’m solely interested by my coaching, my staff and my potential to get in there and win my fights.”
Correct now, Aldo is a +130 underdog whereas Moicano sits as a -150 favorite in response to 5Dimes (via Best Fight Odds). In his time beneath the UFC banner, Aldo has solely misplaced to Conor McGregor and Max Holloway (twice). Nonetheless, Aldo has been thought-about by some to be undervalued with many already calling Holloway one of the best featherweight of all time no matter having merely two worthwhile title defenses. Time will inform if Aldo can silence the doubters merely as he did in his bout with Jeremy Stephens, profitable the wrestle via TKO.
Do you assume the oddsmakers acquired it correct proper right here, or will Renato Moicano be in for a rude awakening in direction of Jose Aldo?