The featherweight king is 13-0 under the Zuffa banner including wins over the likes of Chad Mendes, Chan Sung Jung, Urijah Faber, Cub Swanson, Kenny Florian, and Frankie Edgar. He’s fast, powerful, and has solid stand-up. With a move to 155 pounds likely on the horizon, Aldo could end up in the #1 spot before long depending on the type of success he finds in a division populated with larger competitors.
Everyone has their own opinions when it comes to rankings, especially when it comes producing a rundown of the best pound-for-pound pugilists in Mixed Martial Arts. After all, there is no real way to prove P4P status, making the category far more subjective than might be the case when determining the Top 5 of a particular division. UFC President Dana White recently offered up his take on the matter, offering up a list filled with some of the sport’s elite athletes albeit not in the order many might expect. (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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