“Whatever more curses”- Israel Adesanya reacts to breaking the Drake curse after rapper bet $1M

Rapper Israel Adesanya replies to breaking the Drake curse after winning $1M. Following the fight, these events took place:

Israel Adesanya gets a special call from Drake ahead of UFC 276

Rapper Drake‘s streak of unsuccessful UFC wagering ended when he won a $1 million wager on Israel Adesanya‘s defense of the middleweight belt versus Jared Cannonier.


The multi-platinum recording artist is known for his infamous curse, according to which elite athletes and boxers who receive his assistance tend to lose important competitions. And despite posing with Conor McGregor prior to their battle against Floyd Mayweather and losing several significant bets this year, his luck has been particularly awful for MMA fighters. Despite Jorge Masvidal’s long odds against Colby Covington in March, he originally bet $275,000 on him. By unanimous vote, the previous world title contender was soundly defeated.

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Israel Adesanya defeats Jared Cannonier and retains the UFC middleweight title

Israel Adesanya vs Jared Cannonier

In the main event of UFC 276 in Las Vegas on Saturday, Israel defeated Jared Cannonier by unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 50-45) to keep his middleweight title. He has now prevailed in three straight matches and 23 of his last 24 professional contests. He had just defended his title five times in a row.

During the post-fight conference, spoke about his friendship with “Drizzy” and breaking his curse. He stated, “For the Vettori fight me, and Drizzy, talking after the fight going back and forth in the DMS talking as well.” He further added “Whatever more curses have broken all the curses, drake curse, shorts curse cause I apparently I changed my shorts from black to green. Here is the entire post-fight interview:

It’s the kind of movement typically seen in ocean documentaries, but don’t be deceived by the elegance. He can move quickly with a fast jab, twist his body to avoid a takedown attempt, or wait for the ideal moment to attack with a slashing elbow blow. His strength is comparable to a laser-guided whip.

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