Video: Inside Jose Aldo’s new nine-bedroom house in Orlando

Jose Aldo is making good use of the money he’s made in more than a decade as a UFC and WEC star. A former featherweight champion in both promotions, Aldo has just purchased a nine-bedroom in Orlando, Fla. The 34-year-old veteran also owns an eight-bedroom house next to Disneyland, which is available for rental. Aldo is currently training in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in preparation for an upcoming UFC fight with fellow Brazilian bantamweight Pedro Munhoz on Aug. 7, but his wife and daughter flew to Orlando to visit the house accompanied by interior designer Juliana Fernandes, who released a video tour on her YouTube page. Aldo (29-7) last entered the octagon in December 2020, scoring his first UFC win as a bantamweight with an unanimous decision over Marlon Vera. Aldo was on a three-fight skid prior to the Las Vegas bout, losing a couple of title fights to Alexander Volkanovski and Petr Yan with a controversial decision to Marlon Moraes in between.

Video: Inside Jose Aldo’s new nine-bedroom house in Orlando

Jose Aldo is making good use of the money he’s made in more than a decade as a UFC and WEC star.

A former featherweight champion in both promotions, Aldo has just purchased a nine-bedroom in Orlando, Fla. The 34-year-old veteran also owns an eight-bedroom house next to Disneyland, which is available for rental.

Aldo is currently training in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in preparation for an upcoming UFC fight with fellow Brazilian bantamweight Pedro Munhoz on Aug. 7, but his wife and daughter flew to Orlando to visit the house accompanied by interior designer Juliana Fernandes, who released a video tour on her YouTube page.

Aldo (29-7) last entered the octagon in December 2020, scoring his first UFC win as a bantamweight with an unanimous decision over Marlon Vera. Aldo was on a three-fight skid prior to the Las Vegas bout, losing a couple of title fights to Alexander Volkanovski and Petr Yan with a controversial decision to Marlon Moraes in between.

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Dan Ige congratulates The Korean Zombie, ‘already plotting a way to climb the mountain again’

Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLCUFC featherweight Dan Ige has released a statement after his loss to The Korean Zombie at UFC Vegas 29. Ige congratulated Zombie, otherwise known as Chan Sung Jung, in an Instagram post the day after his unanimous decision loss in the headliner of Saturday’s event at UFC APEX in Las Vegas. The 29-year-old Ige, who’s currently No. 8 in the UFC’s rankings, said his loss “definitely stung a bit more” given the ground he would have gained with a win over the No. 4 Zombie. Added Ige, “I’m obviously heartbroken as I sit here in the valley of defeat but I’m already plotting a way to climb the mountain again with goals to reach the top of the throne.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Dan “50k” Ige ™️ (@dynamitedan808) Ige also thanked his family and wished his supporters a happy Father’s Day. The loss sent Ige back to the drawing board after a highlight-reel knockout of Gavin Tucker in his previous outing, which followed another setback against a highly-ranked opponent in Calvin Kattar. Zombie also bounced back after a decision loss to Brian Ortega that delayed his title hopes. He appeared to call for a fight with Max Holloway after his win on Saturday night.

Dan Ige congratulates The Korean Zombie, ‘already plotting a way to climb the mountain again’
Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC

UFC featherweight Dan Ige has released a statement after his loss to The Korean Zombie at UFC Vegas 29.

Ige congratulated Zombie, otherwise known as Chan Sung Jung, in an Instagram post the day after his unanimous decision loss in the headliner of Saturday’s event at UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

The 29-year-old Ige, who’s currently No. 8 in the UFC’s rankings, said his loss “definitely stung a bit more” given the ground he would have gained with a win over the No. 4 Zombie.

Added Ige, “I’m obviously heartbroken as I sit here in the valley of defeat but I’m already plotting a way to climb the mountain again with goals to reach the top of the throne.”

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A post shared by Dan “50k” Ige ™️ (@dynamitedan808)

Ige also thanked his family and wished his supporters a happy Father’s Day.

The loss sent Ige back to the drawing board after a highlight-reel knockout of Gavin Tucker in his previous outing, which followed another setback against a highly-ranked opponent in Calvin Kattar.

Zombie also bounced back after a decision loss to Brian Ortega that delayed his title hopes. He appeared to call for a fight with Max Holloway after his win on Saturday night.

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