In the days since Conor McGregor knocked out longtime former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo in a shocking 13 seconds at last week’s (Sat., December 12, 2015) UFC 194 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, there’s not surprisingly been a variety of rumors and speculation as to why the onetime pound-for-pound king got destroyed.
Some are intriguing questions that beg to be investigated more, some are controversial speculations that have lead to quite the media windfall, and others are simpler at their roots.
Regardless of which rumor or reason why you think Aldo lost to McGregor in such devastating fashion, the fact is that we’ve witnessed a new and historic direction for the all-of-the-sudden surging UFC featherweight division.
Why do you think Aldo lost to the ‘Notorious’? Let’s examine some of the rumors why here.