Can Israel Adesanya perform two goals at once against the two champions of the Lightheavyweight UFC weight class?
The information that Israel Adesanya will move to Light Heavyweight, declaring war on champion Jan Blachowicz was announced by UFC President Dana White over the weekend. The goal of winning 2 championships at the same time is clear to Israel Adesanya. However, the boxer wants to aim further. He wants to defeat Jon Jones.
Longtime UFC viewers understand that Jon Jones is a worthy name in both name and achievement compared to new king Jan Blachowicz. However, the loss of the title by Jones caused Adesanya to temporarily switch his target to Jan Blachowicz, all aiming for a blockbuster match with Jones in 2021.
Israel Adesanya turned to Jan Blachowicz when Jon Jones left the heavy-duty. In addition to taking the stage with Jon Jones, Israel Adesanya is also aiming to break his record against Robert Whittaker at UFC 243 – the event that saw the number of spectators coming to the largest stadium in UFC history: 57,127 people.
Jon Jones is the one that Israel wants to defeat
In addition to Israel Adesanya, some other UFC superstars such as Conor McGregor are also aiming to return to the full crowd. In particular, Cowboys Stadiums has always considered the best choice with less than 100,000 spectators, or the plan as Adesanya proposed – Raiders Stadium can also welcome more than 70,000 people to the field.
However, to achieve that goal, Israel Adesanya needs to overcome a challenge called Jan Blachowicz. Besides, controlled translation of COVID-19 is also a prerequisite for Izzy’s requirements. The midsize champion believes his courage, which is much more than what Jon Jones has not dared to do in the past 10 years.
Light-Heavyweight UFC weight division means that Israel Adesanya will take on bigger opponents than before at Middleweight.
Over the years, Jon Jones – former Light-Heavyweight king – who is constantly appearing in Israel Adesanya’s trash-talk screens, has been mentioned by the audience about the promotion. Jon Jones has repeatedly been named as one of the boxers who need to be promoted.
And for Israel Adesanya, the decision to upgrade to Light-Heavyweight is the best excuse to prove himself better than Jon Jones in terms of courage. After the match against Jan Blachowicz was announced by UFC president Dana White himself, it can be said that Israel Adesanya has identified its next target. As long as they beat Jan by their advantages, “The Last Stylebender” will take a big step forward in the perfect plan that I drew.