The beef in between Best Battling Championship superstars Israel Adesanya and Jon Jones reignited subsequent Saturday’s UFC 253 event.
This past weekend on Struggle Island, reigning UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya was in a position to keep his excellent record in check out by handing Paulo Costa the initially reduction of his blended martial arts vocation.
‘Stylebender’ did what he promised pre-fight and that was make factors “glimpse straightforward” in his struggle with ‘The Eraser’. Adesanya peppered Costa with reduced kicks before dropping him with a punch in round two, on route to a second spherical TKO victory.
Instantly pursuing Adesanya’s amazing functionality former UFC mild heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones commenced poking pleasurable at the middleweight champ.
All those on-line jabs sparked a bitter feud between Jones and Adesanya on Twitter, which now has quite a few followers and fighters wondering we could see a ‘Bones’ vs ‘Stylebender’ matchup future.
A handful of fighters have now expressed their excitement and shared their respective viewpoints on a possible Jon Jones vs. Israel Adesanya battle. See these responses underneath.
I nonetheless want to see Izzy vs Bones
— “Young Superstar” (@Benaskren) September 27, 2020
You should minor newborn Jesus can we get Jon Jones vs Adesanya subsequent?
— Chas Skelly (@ChasSkelly) October 2, 2020
Izzy woujd whip JJ. If there were being 5 rds, IZZY wins all 5.
— Chael Sonnen (@ChaelSonnen) September 29, 2020
Former UFC champ-champ Daniel Cormier mentioned yesterday that he thinks Israel Adesanya is essentially “the ideal 205-pound fighter in the environment ideal now”, this through an job interview with ESPN’s Ariel Helwani.
One more former UFC winner, Michael Bisping, also is leaning towards a slight edge for ‘Stylebender’ in a proposed match-up with ‘Bones’.
“Listen, on the ft they’d match up very nicely. I can’t see why Israel would not have at the very least an equal footing or possibly an gain. Jones is not — I indicate, we saw in his last several fights he’s not invincible, he’s not superhuman, he is beatable. And Jon, the longer he does it, the lengthier he goes, it’s sort of a game of odds. At some stage somebody’s heading to beat him.”
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This report 1st appeared on BJPENN.com on Oct 1, 2020