Morning Report: Israel Adesanya expresses confidence in ousting Alex Perera: 'I'm always winning as long as it's not me'

Israel Adsaniya He is ready to do well in his fourth career clash Alex Pereira This weekend at UFC 287.

The Miami show will serve as an MMA rematch for the passionate striker, following his previous two kickboxing bouts that saw Pereira’s hand go up each time. Each of Adesanya vs. Pereira’a third general class in UFC 281 It captivated audiences last November. How much do MMA rules change things? Have any remarkable improvements been made in the time between meetings? For the most part, these questions have been answered.

Adesanya has found success in his career using his wrestling skills. As always, his exceptional brilliance nearly finished off “Pottan” at the end of the first round. After all, beating Perera was not a new or difficult task for the “Ultimate Stylebender”. The problem was closing the show … Adesanya couldn’t stay perfect again, losing by fifth-round TKO stoppage.

“F*** all the bulls***,” Adesanya said DC and RC. “He and I know the fans, the reporters, all that. He and I know exactly what I can do. I know what he can do to me. Every time I throw him, I’m always winning until I’m not. If he’s going to beat my ass from the f***ing bell to the bell, I’m still I live with that confidence, I’m still talking, but it’s not happening. The thing is. I’m always beating him, always dominating him until he finds a way to win.

“This gives me a challenge. I love challenges. It gives me a challenge to get up on the show. Example: This weekend gives me a chance to remember and show how great I am. I like to be in this position because not everyone can be in this position and develop. can i.”

Pereira made his debut at middleweight in MMA Adesanya’s best second man and victory in New York City. Heading into the MMA rematch and overall episode four, Adesanya has his back against the wall at this point in fight week, though the odds are slightly in his favor.

Love him or hate him, the proud Kiwi knows exactly what to do to finally get back one of Brazil’s most feared strikers.

“I don’t need them (the fans) behind me,” Adesanya said. “I just want my team behind me, my people behind me. That’s all I need. I can fight this fight in Brazil, it doesn’t matter. That’s all energy. Energy that I can use to fuel me. I feel that energy especially when I’m there at home and on stage. There is something to be said.

“Be true to myself, be true to my style, and remind people how great I am. We live in this age of goldfish where people forget exactly what happened in my story because people forget, that’s what. I don’t blame them, it’s human nature. But it’s going to take me and staying true to myself, staying true to my team and staying true to my values ​​as a man and as a fighter. That’s what gets the job done this weekend.

Voices. UFC 287 Comment group: Joe Rogan 2 returns for Pereira Adesanya. Dustin Poirier The desk joins

$$$ BKFC President David Feldman b Francis Nganou:’It seems that he is asking for money that is far from reality

Strategy. Sean O’Malley Israel Adesanya predicts He uses his struggle He defeated Alex Pereira at UFC 287

A lie. Michael Chisa He dismisses her Kevin Lee Replay Rumors:Don’t buy those wolf tickets

in the future. Kayla Harrison I hope she doesn’t have to sit for a year, but Not sure what will come next“God only knows.”

Matches Robert Whittaker He says It was never presented fight with Kamzat Chimev

Time management Matt Brown: Israel Adsaniya He can kill the monster in the closet But in Alex Pereira, ‘It’s a legacy on the line’.

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Beach boy.

Documentary time.

Stephen Thomson (17-6-1) vs. Michelle Pereira (28-11); UFC 289, June 10

Michael Johnson (22-18) vs. Diego Ferreira (17-5); UFC Fight Night, May 20

George Sotiropoulos (14-7) vs. Josh Togo (12-4); Hex Battle Series 26, May 26

Sotiropoulos lived in my neighborhood. I guess he doesn’t anymore. It’s so strange to see him back home 10 years after his last fight…I’ll never forget the beginning of a seven-undefeated UFC start that was going to reward him with a title shot. Dennis Seaver of all people was stopped. Crazy times.

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