Adesanya reveals 'best move' that he will use again and guarantees fans a show in future fights

Nigerian softens the value of belts and declares that his focus is on putting on gala performances in fights held by Ultimate

Alex Poatán was knocked out by Israel adesanya No. UFC 287. (Photo: Reproduction/Instagram/UFC)

In preparation for his long-awaited return to the octagon, Israel adesanya Plan to use your best weapons to defeat your next opponent. Former kickboxing champion, the Nigerian did not hide his game and revealed that he will once again affect his rivals using his powerful jabs. Aware that his low kicks are studied by other athletes, the fighter intends to change strategy.

“There are still more things I want to do for myself. I haven't mastered the game yet. I'm still learning. Now we are working on my jab again. I'm changing now because there's a lot of footage of me that people can watch, smart coaches can game plan. For example, my bass was disturbing everyone at first. But it got to the point where, maybe after the Whittaker fight, maybe after the Yoel romero, no, from the (Paulo) Costa fight. From this fight on, people kind of know the kick is coming,” Adesanya analyzed in an interview with 'This Past Weekend'.


See too

Paulo Borrachinha is one of the fighters most tested by USADA (Photo: Reproduction/Instagram)

As he continued his speech, the Nigerian stated that his greatest ambition is to perform at a gala level rather than aiming for belts.

“My jab was violent. It still is, but I'm starting to use it again. I'm adjusting it again. Therefore, it is constant evolution, constant learning, always. And my grappling too, I want to show that. Screw the belts and everything else, what matters are the highlights. For me, I’m a gala performance guy,” she concluded.

Anderson Silva (right) was defeated by Israel Adesanya (left) at UFC 234. Photo: Reproduction/ X/@ufcbrasil

Anderson Silva (dir.) was defeated by Israel adesanya (left) at UFC 234. Photo: Reproduction/ X/@ufcbrasil

Inactive since tough defeat to Sean Strickland No. UFC 293, Israel adesanya plans to return to the octagon later this year. According to his coach Eugene Bareman, the Nigerian is prepared to meet any request that Ultimate makes in the future.


Read More about: , , ,

UFC 300 results UFC Las Vegas 90 results UFC Atlantic City results UFC Las Vegas 89 results UFC Las Vegas 88 results