UFC Champion Israel Adesanya Buys His Father Rolex Watch Worth £30,000
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UFC Champion Israel Adesanya Buys His Father Rolex Watch Worth £30,000

  • UFC star Israel Adesanya has bought new expensive Rolex watch worth £30,000 for his dear father Femi
  • The 32-year-old explained that his father has contributed greatly to his development and deserves the best treatment
  • Israel Adesanya will now hope to do well in his coming fight against Jarod Cannonier which will be tough

Nigerian star Israel Adesanya has gifted his father Femi a new Rolex watch worth £30,000 ahead of his upcoming defence at UFC title 276 which is expected to be challenging for him.

Israel Adesanya will return to the ring on 2 July to engage in a big battle with Jarod Cannonier which will be his second fight since signing new deal with his promoters.

According to the report in the Mirror, Israel Adesanya visited his father in his office where they were having conversation about the ongoing new site.

Israel Adesanya, Femi, Rolex
UFC champion Israel Adesanya in action. Photo by Carmen Mandato
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And while speaking, the UFC star brought out a box and presented it to his father, and when he open it, he found the new Rolex watch inside.

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It was an emotional moment for Femi Adesanya as he thanked his star son for the latest gift given to him.

Israel Adesanya's reaction on buying father new watch

"He takes all the burden in dealing with all this s*** so I don't have to deal with it."

UFC 273: Alexander 'The Great' Defeats the 'Korean Zombie'

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how the Australian sealed a TKO victory early in the fourth round, having dominated the fight throughout with the incredible speed of his striking – and a few takedowns thrown in – to totally outclass a brave but beaten Chan.

Referee Herb Dean sensibly waved off the fight 45 seconds into the penultimate round after the Zombie was wobbled by two thunderous overhand rights from the champion, having suffered a brutal ground and pound at the end of the third round.

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The co-main event was a chess game between Aljamain Sterling and Petr Yan, with the former taking the victory via split decision – thanks to his superior skills on the ground – and becoming the undisputed bantamweight champion, having first claimed the belt last year when the pair met at UFC 259 and his Russian opponent was disqualified for an illegal knee strike.

‘Aljo’ went on to call out TJ Dillashaw as his next opponent, but the close nature of this match surely suggests that a trilogy could be in store. “I won the fight, I was robbed,” said Yan in his post-fight interview.

Source: Sports Brief News

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