Of course Israel Adesanya is one of the fighters of the moment, with an undefeated 20-0 in MMA and being a star of UFC. For this reason, he analyzes with great force moving up in the category and fighting to take the belt from Jan Blachowicz in the Light Heavyweight. Although this is not determined yet, he does not lose hope and seeks to destroy the Pole. Anyway, in these hours he surprised with his controversial statements.
“That is something that people try to place on you. I already lost in my past and I never change who I am. It never altered being a great fighter. Many great athletes had defeats. Every time I lose, I go back and knock someone out. Being undefeated is just a title, one that people try to hold onto, as if it meant something, ”he began, making it clear that he is not afraid of being defeated at some point.
You should see me at the academy. Some days, I have my losses. Then I can be beaten. When the lights come on, the pressure, in the octagon, and I’m having fun, I’m a tough man to defeat. I will continue walking, as I have done up to here. I’m going to go deeper into being focused and trying to be the one who wins in each fight, “he concluded. Adesanya, giving what to talk about on social networks.
His previous sayings
All I know is damn 2021, the Light Heavyweight is mine. I’ll take the belt just to be a double champion like some of the other fighters have. Conor McGregor, DC (Daniel Cormier), I like the look of two gold belts on my shoulder. I already did it with my interim belt and my unified undisputed belt when I was the double interim champion, “was what the extraordinary Nigerian fighter said weeks ago.
To end, Israel Adesanya he also dictated: “The Middleweight is mine. Middleweight is my perfect weight class. So when I do 205, I’ll only stop that split once in a while, that’s all. I’ll defend my belt when it’s time. That’s it for the future. I take care of things as they come. I plan for the future, but at the same time, there are a lot of variables in this game. You treat things as they come.