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- The UFC also made the last WEC Featherweight and Bantamweight Champions, José Aldo and Dominick Cruz respectively, the inaugural UFC Champions of their new weight divisions.
- Rousey defeated Zingano with an armbar in 14 seconds, the shortest match in UFC championship history until Conor McGregor defeated José Aldo in 13 seconds 11 months later.
- On 10 August, it was announced that the event would take place on 12 December, and McGregor would face José Aldo for the UFC Featherweight Championship.
- José Aldo (born September 9, 1986) is a black-belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and notable UFC fighter.
- The main event featured WEC Featherweight Champion José Aldo defending his title against former champion Urijah Faber.
- Plans were then being made for José Aldo, who at the time was scheduled to defend his title at this event against an undetermined opponent, to headline UFC 147.
- On June 9, 2012 it was announced that UFC featherweight champion, José Aldo was removed from the event due to injury.
- The winner of this bout was linked to a potential bout with José Aldo for the UFC Featherweight Championship, but that fight did not materialize until 15 months later at UFC 163.
- Prior to the UFC-WEC merger, José Aldo was the WEC Featherweight Champion.
- On February 5, it was announced that Pettis would not wait for a title shot at lightweight, and would instead be dropping down to 145 pounds to challenge featherweight champion, José Aldo on August 3 at UFC 163.
- On December 12, 2015, McCarthy served as the referee for UFC 194 between Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo, which became the shortest title bout (13 seconds) in UFC history.
- A title fight between José Aldo and Chad Mendes was delayed, so the UFC promoted Evans vs. Davis to serve as the main event.
- With the victory over Assunção, Faber earned a shot to fight José Aldo for the WEC Featherweight Championship on April 24, 2010, at WEC 48.
- Holloway faced the featherweight champion José Aldo in a title unification bout on June 3 2017, at UFC 212.
- Cejudo was scheduled to face José Aldo on May 9, 2020 at UFC 250.
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