Jose Aldo is a Brazilian MMA fighter is best known for his career in the UFC, where he has won a number of titles. Three of these titles are UFC Featherweight championships. Jose Aldo rose to become one of the UFC’s top five bantamweight fighters in 2021 As of 2021, Jose Aldo has a net worth of nearly $10 million.
|Full Name:||José Aldo da Silva Oliveira Júnior|
|Age:||34 years old|
|Birth Date:||9 September 1986|
|Birth Place:||Manaus, State of Amazonas, Brazil|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Vivianne Aldo (m. 2005)|
|Profession:||Brazilian mixed martial artist (UFC/WEC)|
|Net Worth in 2021:||$10 million|
Jose Aldo Early Life
On September 9, 1986, in Manaus, Brazil, osé Aldo da Silva Oliveira Jnior was born. José received a permanent burn across his face as a baby after being dropped onto a barbecue. He initially wanted to be a soccer player, but after being assaulted on the streets several times, he quickly learned how to fight. His first martial arts training was in capoeira, after which he moved on to Brazilian jiu-jitsu. José is still a big soccer fan and a big fan of Clube de Regatas do Flamengo.
Aldo had moved to Rio de Janeiro at the age of 17 to focus solely on MMA. Except for the clothes on his back, he had nothing to his name. During this time, José frequently went without food for extended periods of time, and members of his training gyms were frequently required to ensure that he had enough to eat. Early in his career, his only goal was to make enough money to buy his own house.
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Jose Aldo Net Worth & Career
Jose Aldo is one of the UFC’s most experienced fighters, with a record of 29 wins and seven losses.
When he began his career in 2004, he was 7-0 before losing to Luciano Azevedo in 2005. Aldo then made a name for himself after appearing on WEC and defeating Mike Brown to win the Featherweight title.
He was undefeated in the WEC before joining the UFC and becoming the organization’s first Featherweight champion. His first defeat as champion came at the hands of Conor McGregor in the infamous UFC 194 fight. Aldo’s record improved to 25-2 as a result, but things haven’t gone well since.
The Brazilian was on a three-fight losing streak after losing five of his last nine fights.
He ended his three-fight losing streak in December 2020 with a victory over Marlon Vera, and he followed it up with a unanimous decision victory over Pedro Munhoz in the co-main event of UFC 265.
Jose Aldo is primarily a striker in Muay Thai. When he was a kid, “Junior” loved football and aspired to be a professional football player. Jose Aldo, who was prone to getting beaten up in fights, turned to capoeira to learn how to defend himself better. He began training in Jiu-Jitsu after attracting the attention of a Jiu-Jitsu instructor. When “Junior” was 17, he relocated to Rio de Janeiro to pursue a career in Mixed Martial Arts.
Jose Aldo, Jr. has won 26 of his 29 matches, 14 by knockout, two by submission, and seven by decision. Aldo has also been defeated three times. Aldo’s wife holds a purple belt in jiu-jitsu and has competed professionally in Muay Thai twice.
Jose Aldo Net Worth
Jose Aldo, Jr. has won 26 of his 29 matches, 14 by knockout, two by submission, and seven by decision. Aldo has also been defeated three times. As of 2021, Jose Aldo has a net worth is $10 million.