UFC superstar Israel Adesanya gave a concerning update about fixing ‘medical stuff’ that he did not disclose before his last bout.

This past Saturday, former middleweight champion Adesanya took on longtime rival Alex Pereira in the headlining bout of UFC 281. He went into the bout looking to tie mixed martial arts icon Anderson Silva’s record for the longest win streak. He appeared to be on his way to getting the nod on the judges’ scorecards until Pereira unleashed a flurry of punches that forced referee Marc Goddard to call a stop to the contest.

Pereira became the new UFC middleweight champion in only his fourth showing under the banner. He now holds two wins over Adesanya, including a vicious left hook knockout in kickboxing and a standing TKO finish in MMA.

Following the result, company president Dana White indicated an immediate title rematch would not be out of the question.

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Adesanya Shares Alarming ‘Medical’ Update After UFC 281 Loss

During the post-fight press conference, ‘Stylebender’ talked about losing his title to a familiar foe. He shared his thoughts on his likely return to the octagon, hinting at undisclosed medical ‘stuff.’

“It’s crazy, but yeah, I was fine,” said Adesanya. “First thing I said to coach Eugene or the ref, I was fine because I was still lucid. I was in there. But yeah, s**t happens. I talked to my coaches and I trust them. But I was fine. I could see everything. My eyes might have rolled back a little bit, but I was lucid.”

“I don’t disclose everything,” he added. “I’ve had some stuff, some medical stuff, that I’ve just put on the back burner, even stuff people make fun of me for. Yeah, I just got to look after myself, because my health comes first.”

He referenced the late Hollywood A-lister Chadwick Boseman while defending the criticism about his right pec muscle development.

“Think about Chadwick Boseman, when everyone was making fun of him, ‘oh, he looks so skinny and sleepy,’ not knowing behind the scenes he was fighting cancer. People always …read more

Source:: Heavy.com


Israel Adesanya Shares Alarming ‘Medical’ Update After Brutal KO Loss at UFC 281

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