Israel Adesanya beats Whittaker to retain his UFC title

Israel Adesanya beats Whittaker to retain his UFC title

Israel Adesanya beats Whittaker to retain his UFC title

Israel Adesanya remains unbreakable after beating Robert Whittaker to retain his middleweight title. At UFC271

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The Nigerian based in New Zealand couldn’t express his joy enough but to thank his supporters all over the world. In a video, Israel Adesanya mentions Nigeria and New Zealand, telling them he made them proud.

He won with a unanimous decision according to the judges. He has a record of 22-1-0.

After Conor McGregor, Israel is the second highest paid boxer in UFC. He was number three in the UFC Men’s Pound for Pound Rankings as of October 25, 2021.

The African Kings continue prove dominance in UFC. In November 2021, Kamaru Usman retained his UFC welterweight title. In January 2022 Francis Ngannou also retained his UFC heavyweight title and now February 2022, Israel Adesanya also retains his UFC middleweight title.

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He continues to dominate the middleweight division, making him champion in the world. Israel who is based in Auckland, New Zealand said he’s ready to fight anyone because he believes he’s in form.

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