Adesanya on UFC 287: ‘It’s my last shot, so I’ll give it all I got’

The rematch between the current UFC middleweight champion, Alex Pereira, and his longtime rival, Israel Adesanya, is one of the most anticipated events in the UFC.

The tensions between these two are already running high, and fans are eagerly waiting to see if Adesanya will finally be able to get one over on Pereira.

The rivalry between Pereira and Adesanya is well-known to UFC fans. At UFC 281, the two faced off for the first time, with Pereira knocking out Adesanya in the fifth round.

The highly anticipated rematch between Pereira and Adesanya is scheduled for April 8th at the Miami-Dade Arena in Florida.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the outcome of this main event, which will determine the middleweight champion. In addition to the championship bout, fans will also get to see Jorge Masvidal return to the octagon to face off against Gilbert Burns in the co-main event.

Adesanya seems to be on the same page as his coach but he’s also apprehensive about the future. On his channel he explains:

“I mean that in every sense of the word, the mindset is different. The definitely I mean, Eugene and I are on the same page. The mindset is definitely different. Like This is my last one life, roll the dice so it’s my last shot and give it all I got every sense of the word.”

Fans seem to believe in him. He opened as a favorite once again with the line being -150 for him to beat Pereira.