‘I feel I can beat’ Jose Aldo despite UFC on ESPN 31 loss

Rob Typeface is positive he has the responses to Jose Aldo’s video game; he simply wasn’t able to put them together in the UFC on ESPN 31 centerpiece.

Typeface (19-5 MIXED MARTIAL ARTS, 9-4 UFC) had his winning streak snapped Saturday when he suffered a unanimous choice loss to Aldo (31-7 MIXED MARTIAL ARTS, 13-6 UFC) in the bantamweight headliner at the UFC Pinnacle in Las Vegas. He had a strong start to the battle, once his challenger began to discover his variety, it went downhill.

Aldo’s power showed to be the distinction inside the octagon. He dropped Typeface two times throughout 25 minutes, and whenever Typeface began to get some momentum, a difficult shot would swing the action back the other method.

The strikes developed a great deal of damage around Typeface’s eye, and he stated it jeopardized his vision to the point he had a hard time to see what was coming. If that didn’t occur, Typeface believes it’d have been a various battle.

“He caught me with some clean shots I didn’t see, and it was hard to see that extra third and fourth shot with my eye all swollen up,” Typeface stated throughout his in-cage interview with Daniel Cormier after the battle. “But the guy’s a legend. He’s tough. I feel I can beat him, but it just wasn’t my night. Hat’s off to him.”

Although he’s dissatisfied with the result, Typeface stated he’s able to take positives far from the experience.

Going the range with Aldo will offer absolutely nothing however important lessons to Font as he progresses with his profession, and even in the instant after-effects of the battle, he was sensible sufficient to recognize the outcome will benefit him in the long run.

“I’ll be back,” Typeface stated. “I understand for a truth this will make me much better, and I simply went 5 rounds with among the legends in the sport, and I’m going to get much better off of this battle, for sure.


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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.