Israel Adesanya Vs. Jan Blachowicz: Israel Adesanya mentions the phrase he likes to hear upon winning

Prateek Arya
|Published 04/01/2021

Israel Adesanya likes to hear that the fighter he has downed had the power to take him down.

Israel Adesanya Vs. Jan Blachowicz is the big fight that has been given an official stamp, and now the build-up is awaited. Since the fight is scheduled to take place in March, therefore there is plenty of time left for the two champions to engage in a heated verbal.

With the Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya in the picture, there is certainly going to be smack talk before the ultimate mania.

While the major chances of an exchange will fall at the time of media interactions, however, on social media via Twitter the likelihood of a back-and-forth persists 24*7. And It seems the Last Stylebender has initiated the process with a dinky swipe at Jan Blachowicz.

On Monday through a reaction on a follower’s post Adesanya apparently mentioned the phrase he likes to hear after beating an opponent. He implied that he fancies the statement through which his fallen adversary gets the consolation that he had the power to beat him. Following this, he dragged the current Light Heavyweight champion in the post as well.

So, is it a start of the before fight proceedings? Will the producer of the Polish Power respond? A lot is in store before the arrival of UFC 259.

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Israel Adesanya Vs. Jan Blachowicz: Who will start as the favorite?

Even though it is a champion Vs. Champion match but, the odds heavily favor Israel Adesanya. The Last Stylebender’s undefeated record, his experience in title bouts, combined with his supreme striking ability might be the prime factors behind the favorite‘s tag.

Moreover, against Jan he won’t be defending his Middleweight title, which also is a favorable element on his part.

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However, the 31-year-old will be stepping up on the weight ladder and will compete as a Light Heavyweight, which could give Blachowicz an edge, as he has only fought in one division which is the concerned 205-weight class and besides that, the Polish fighter will be defending his title for the first time. So, might be determined to showcase the spectacle of Polish power again.

Therefore, who will ultimately prevail is a matter of the future, and at this time only conjectures can be drawn.

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