Aldo explained that he would even be down to fight Cain Velasquez, the UFC's heavyweight champ. The standout Brazilian doesn't care about weight classes, so he definitely has no problem duking it out with UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis.
"Going out and brawling is a pleasure for me, regardless of who I'm facing, no matter the weight division," Aldo told Brazilian outlet Combate in his native Portuguese. "Schedule me to face Cain and you'll see that there will be a brawl, regardless of the weight."
Aldo was left pleading with UFC President Dana White to make the fight between him and Pettis happen.
"The only things I fear in this life are God and not having food to eat," Aldo said. "If a heavyweight wanted to fight me on the streets, would I ask him what his weight was? No. So you can schedule this s---, and let's stop this 'blah, blah, blah.'
"This is the fight we want to watch. Let's make it happen, Dana."
Pettis was supposed to face Aldo earlier this year, but a knee injury weeks out from the fight forced him to withdraw.
It was going to be his first fight at featherweight, but Pettis wanted the challenge because facing Aldo would have been a chance to take on one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the sport.
Now that both men are healthy, Pettis called out Aldo.
"Jose Aldo we've got some unfinished business," Pettis said after defeating Benson Henderson at UFC 164. "Your belt or my belt."