UFC 243 Aftermath: The heated strike between Israel Adesanya vs. Jon Jones!

Without a doubt, the heated problems between Israel Adesanya vs. Jon Jones after UFC 243 is now the hottest topic on the market. What happened to them? Find out the details below!

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Israel Adesanya vs. Jon Jones: what happened?!!

On Saturday night at UFC 243, Israel Adesanya declared himself one of the best warships on the planet by defeat Robert Whittaker en way to TKO round two. That’s an amazing performance! Adesanya kept an eye on Jon Jones. Jones has fans who expanding their imaginations to envision what heights “The Last Stylebender” can accomplish.

The Israel Adesanya vs. Jon Jones saga started in March when the illuminated heavyweight champion told TMZ. He and Adesanya would fight “one day.” Adesanya accepted the challenge. Then, he’d like to defeat another GOAT (having already beaten Anderson Silva). Jones challenged Adesanya to come face to face with “The King of the Jungle.”

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Adesanya fired back at Jones, calling him a “c*nt” and saying Jones is jealous. Because he has not been a professional person. Although Jones was very upset, he was still willing to fight. And that’s accurately what should happen next. MMA history is scattered with super-fights that never evolved.

Adesanya-Jones is a struggle with a ton of heat right now, one that easily could collapse by the wayside in a few months. After Adesanya’s explosion of Whittaker, the middleweight is dry. Most top 185ers have left the group in the research of greener fields at 205 pounds. The only man who stands in position is Paulo Costa, a great fighter coming off a small win over Yoel Romero.

Now is the time to strike while the iron is hot

However, Costa is the person who integrated UFC 243 but has not resonated with the fans. The meritocracy so rarely lives in this sport, especially when it stands in the way of good business. Jon Jones vs. Israel Adesanya would be damn good business. The build-up of advertising would be tremendous. That’s probably why Dana White already has said it’s something the UFC is interested in. With Adesanya underpinned as the next big thing, now is the time to strike while the iron is hot.

Adesanya can return to the 185-pound division to begin his reign in earnest move up and take his place in history. When another middleweight defeated by Jones. Israel Adesanya is one of those fighters, and the UFC should choose to dream along with him right now.