Israel Adesanya COMPLETELY Dominated Marvin Vettori in Rematch!

Once again, Israel Adesanya proved that he is still the best middleweight in the world. Catch the highlights of his rematch with Marvin Vettori right below!

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Israel Adesanya COMPLETELY Dominated Marvin Vettori in Rematch!

If anyone still has any doubt on Israel “The Last Stylebender” Adesanya’s power, his recent rematch against Marvin Vettori will shatter that thought immediately. The middleweight fighter quickly shut down his rival without sweating. Since the start of their match, many people have been on Adesanya’s side. However, they also suggest that Vettori could bring some problems for the current champion. 

Previously, Vettori claimed that he should be the winner of their first encounter, but the judges didn’t think so. Well, then he would need to prove that in the following rematch. This time, Adesanya kicked off with mean left kicks that left Vettori no way out. He finally timed a leg kick that resulted in a takedown. Despite meeting such a superior striker like Adesanya, Vettori managed to shine in some moment.

Israel Adesanya COMPLETELY Dominated Marvin Vettori in Rematch
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During each round, he landed some good punches and even successfully took the champ down. While his plan could be considered smart, it became useless in the face of such a strong fighter like Adesanya. Nevertheless, “The Last Stylebender” quickly stood back and reversed any attacks coming his way. Through this rematch, we can see the total damage of Adesanya’s grappling game in this fight. The fight ended with a one-sided win decision. In an after-match report, Vettori’s leg was busted due to him suffering constant leg kicks. 

Next rival

Right after the fight, Adesanya was quick to call out his next opponent. This time, Robert Whittaker is who he has chosen. If this fight takes place, it would be one of the most exciting games of this year, no doubt. In our opinion, no one deserves a title fight than Whittaker in the department now.