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5 Funny Things We Learned About Jose Aldo From The Brilliant UFC Embedded Series

5 Funny Things We Learned About Jose Aldo From The Brilliant UFC Embedded Series
By Mikey Traynor

The UFC 189 World Tour Embedded series was a smash hit, and gave us a brilliant insight into the minds of both Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo as they did battle in the press conferences before they do battle in the octagon on July 11th.

Here are five funny things we learned about Jose Aldo from the clips we were shown:

He is incredibly impressed by voice controlled toilets.




Voice controlled toilets are the greatest invention known to man, and all must learn of their incredible powers.

His taste in music is a good 9 years behind the rest of us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XB2J1CCSwvw
Gnarles Barkley's 'Crazy' is something we all loved then got utterly sick of back in 2006, for Jose, it's still the jam.

He struggles to believe the legitimacy of large strawberrys.




And his coach is even more baffled, perhaps McGregor's team should place large fruit around the octagon in an attempt to distract Aldo.

He often calls PSG's Thiago Silva for emotional support.


We couldn't help but wonder if it works both ways, did Jose Aldo talk shit on the phone about John Terry before PSG knocked Chelsea out of the Champions League? Probably not, Aldo is a Chelsea fan.

He already knows everything there is to know about the weather in Dublin.


Spot on.

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See also: Video: Conor McGregor Took An Unconventional Route To The Convention Centre

See also: Video: Perhaps Jose Aldo Didn’t Really Hate His Time In Dublin After All

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