• Conor McGregor knocked out Jose Aldo after 13 seconds in the first round
  • McGregor caught the Brazilian with a left in shortest UFC title fight ever
  • Aldo says he wants a rematch and believes it was ‘really not a fight’
  • Frankie Edgar is in place for the next featherweight title shot 

Rory Brigstock-barron For Mailonline

Jose Aldo wants a rematch with Conor McGregor after the Irishman became the first man to knock him out 13 seconds into their title fight on Saturday.

McGregor landed a left hook on the Brazilian’s chin to end his 10-year run without a defeat and become only the second featherweight champion in UFC history.

But despite the definitive outcome of the fight Aldo, who defended his UFC belt seven times, believes he should have an immediate rematch.

Jose Aldo stands hands on hips in the cage after his 13-second knockout loss to Conor McGregor

Jose Aldo stands hands on hips in the cage after his 13-second knockout loss to Conor McGregor

The Brazilian had not lost for 10 years prior to the fight and had never been knocked out in his career

The Brazilian had not lost for 10 years prior to the fight and had never been knocked out in his career

McGregor caught Aldo with a left hook counter which knocked the Brazilian out cold

McGregor caught Aldo with a left hook counter which knocked the Brazilian out cold

The Irishman finished off the Brazilian with a hammer fist as referee John McCarthy rushed in to stop the fight

The Irishman finished off the Brazilian with a hammer fist as referee John McCarthy rushed in to stop the fight

Aldo dropped to the canvas after McGregor's perfectly timed left hand connected with his chin

Aldo dropped to the canvas after McGregor’s perfectly timed left hand connected with his chin

‘I think we need the rematch, that was really not a fight,’ the 29-year-old told UFC commentator Joe Rogan after the fight.

‘He threw a left cross which I wasn’t expecting,’ he said of the knockout punch.

The fight came after almost a year of talk and a barrage of insults from McGregor towards the Brazilian.

But Aldo said that the Irishman’s comments had not effected him going into the fight and that they were not a factor in his defeat.

The Notorious wears his new UFC featherweight belt as Aldo looks dejected in the background

The Notorious wears his new UFC featherweight belt as Aldo looks dejected in the background

Dana White places the UFC featherweight title around McGregor's waist after he knocked out Jose Aldo

Dana White places the UFC featherweight title around McGregor’s waist after he knocked out Jose Aldo

‘It didn’t effect me at all, he said. ‘I really didn’t care what he says we’re going to have to come back here and it’s on to the next thing.’

Aldo was dismissive of McGregor at the end of the fight when the new champion tried to embrace him, but the Irishman was still gracious in victory.

‘I feel for Jose, he’s a phenomenal champion, we deserved to go a bit longer. But it would’ve happened sooner or later.

‘No power, just precision. No speed, just timing. Those are the fundamentals. That’s all it takes, these are four ounce gloves.’

McGregor said that a rematch with Aldo was one of three options for him going forward.

McGregor hugs his mother as his family and friends surround him following his UFC 194 victory

McGregor hugs his mother as his family and friends surround him following his UFC 194 victory

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