Former UFC Champion Jose Aldo Claims Agreement With Floyd Mayweather For Boxing Match

Photo: Instagram/Jose Aldo

Former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo has claimed that he has agreed to fight retired boxer Floyd Mayweather.

After winning his professional boxing debut on Friday, Aldo stated that he wants to go for the biggest name in the sport.

According to Aldo, both parties have agreed to the deal and are just waiting for confirmation from promoters.

Photo: Instagram/Jose Aldo

Aldo is set to fight his former MMA rival Jeremy Stephens on April 1st in Gamebred Boxing 4.

They first faced each other in July 2018 at featherweight, where Aldo emerged victorious.

Fans will have to wait and see if Aldo and Mayweather will actually fight.

Mayweather is known for his larger-than-life personality and unpredictability, which continues to captivate audiences.

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Source: Thirsty For News


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