Israel Adesanya Gynecomastia, did he do steroids??? Doctor Reacts5:30
UFC’s return to Fight Island last night (Sat., Sept. 26, 2020) started rather slow, but around halfway through the Prelims, Fight Island caught fire. Ludovit Klein’s demolition job of Shane Young and Brad Riddell’s war with Alex Da Silva set the stage for the main card, which produced two back-and-forth battles and three brutal second-round stoppages.
The usual guy who does this piece is off winning championships of his own, so it’s down to me. Let’s have a look at what all went down in Abu Dhabi.
Too Much, Too Soon
Paulo Costa entered last night’s main event 5-0 in the Octagon, but only one of those wins, over Yoel Romero, came over a legitimate contender. Three of his other victims, Garreth McLellan, Oluwale Bamgbose, and Johny Hendricks, all left the world’s largest fight promotion in the midst of awful slumps. “The Eraser” sidestepped potential landmines like Jack Hermansson and Jared Cannonier en route to a title shot, and while Conor McGregor showed that skipping the line doesn’t necessarily end in disaster, it certainly didn’t work out for Costa.
Brazil’s beefiest bruiser didn’t win a second of this fight. He tempered his aggression in the face of Israel Adesanya’s impeccable striking, but eliminated his best chance of victory in the process. Unused to fighting a more measure bout, he fell into an early hole, and his leg was too compromised by the time he realized he needed to throw caution to the wind.
BUt that didnt come with out controversy, israel got blamed for steroid abuse by some fans due to some breast changes.
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