The featherweight champ is on the cusp of greatness, and not because Aldo has cleaned out the division (which will be the case if he gets past Lamas). No, his greatness will lie with how far he gets in the lightweight division, which is where he'll go when there's no one left for him to fight at 145. Will UFC 169 take him one step closer to that? Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports
UFC 169 in Newark, N.J. is now upon us, and the question hanging over everyone’s heads is the same recurring question that comes with every pay-per-view: Is it worth buying and watching? Well, that depends. Do you like title fights? UFC 169 has two. Do you like big name heavyweights duking it out? That’s going to happen. Do you like unbridled violence, blood and the kind of thrills that would make a Roman Emperor in the Coliseum say, “Whoa dude, easy on the slaughter please”? For UFC 169, that’s practically a given. Need more convincing? Here are five good reason why you should watch.
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