Breaking: Israel Adesanya Refends Middleweight Title in style, Knocks Down Costa in 2nd Round

Israel Adesanya Retain UFC Middleweight Championship

Israel Adesanya efficiently defended his middleweight crown after a second-round stoppage of Paulo Costa.

The Final Model Bender dominated the primary spherical delivering a number of leg kicks that triggered injury on Costa’s left leg.

The Nigerian-born New Zealand fighter completed the bout in the second spherical after catching Costa with a leg kick in the face and floored him with a number of punches.

The referee needed to cease the struggle after Costa was down on the canvass overlaying his face in three minutes and 15 seconds.

Adesanya and Costa have made a number of threats to one another in the build-up to the struggle and UFC President Dana White predicted it might be the struggle of the 12 months.

Israel Adesanya knocks out Paulo Costa to retain UFC middleweight championship
Israel Adesanya knocks out Paulo Costa to retain UFC middleweight championship 2020

The Final Syle Bender maintained his 100 per cent report in the octagon and proved doubters unsuitable that he is likely one of the best in his division.

Two Nigerian fighters Adesanya and Kamaru Usman now dominate the UFC middleweight and welterweight divisions respectively.

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The Nigerian Nightmare efficiently defended his belt as he dominated most a part of the rounds together with his distinctive wrestling capability.

As anticipated, the match produced fireworks with the champion scoring a take a down in the primary spherical however the American received himself again from the lock.

The welterweight contender who’s a giant fan of america president, Donald Trump attacked the Black Lives Matter motion after his victory over Tyron Woodley at UFC’s pay-per-view occasion.

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