If you’re looking forward to the start of UFC 259, then the new ‘Countdown’ is the best thing you can watch in a week whose end brings us a spectacle with three title matches and even four champions in action.
Jan Blachowicz as the light heavyweight king will defend his throne on Saturday night against the middleweight champion - the unstoppable Israel Adesanya. Before them, the best MMA fighter in the world, Amanda Nunes, will be in the cage.
The two-time UFC champion is defending her belt from the featherweight on this occasion, and she will have Australian Megan Anderson as a rival. On the same evening, we will watch the champion from the bantamweight category, Peter Yan, who is waiting to meet the better and more dangerous Aljamain Sterling.
Blachowicz seems to be full of confidence and believes that no one can defeat him. Sports training is an integral part of his life and his focus is currently only on MMA. This can also be noticed in his fights where he is almost always dominant against his opponents.
He will now have a harder obstacle; Israel Adesanya, against whom he will surely have big problems and against whom it will not be easy for him considering the quality of Adesanya. "I don't bother what he is talking and thinking, we'll see who is a better fighter in the Octagon.
I'll knock him out or make him to retired the match," said Blachowicz, who is preparing for Adesanya with the help of Izu Ugonoh, a former boxer, and kickboxer, today an MMA fighter who made his successful debut in August last year under the auspices of KSW.
On the other hand, Adesanya showed us in this 'Countdown' what life is like in New Zealand at the time of the pandemic, and he also gave us an insight into the interesting trainings that made him a fitness-ready athlete.
"I will never run out of air. I expect my best release and victory with a break," read the message from 'The Last Stylebender', who is leading a major martial arts spectacle in Las Vegas with a field striker.
Of course, in the same episode we can also see how the UFC announced the remaining two title fights. And without revealing too much to you, it would be best to see for yourself what awaits you in the new 'Countdown' On the same evening, we will watch the champion from the bantamweight category, Peter Yan.