“May death never stop you,” Israel Adesanya shares a powerful message of not giving up on Elden Ring promo

Adesanya is 22-1 in his overall MMA career with 15 wins via knockouts.

Israel Adesanya

UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is one of the best fighters on the planet and has the capability to be the best orator as well. Adesanya, who has been the middleweight champion since 2019 and has defended the title 4 times now, is going for the fifth time when he will face the next challenger and #2 ranked UFC middleweight Jared Cannonier at the main event of UFC 276 being held this weekend at T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas, the USA.

Alongside Adesanya at UFC 276, his teammate and current UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski will be looking forward defend his featherweight title for the fourth time in a trilogy against preceding champion Max Holloway in the co-main event. Adesanya and Volkanovski are the product of City Kickboxing from New Zealand. Adesanya is one of the most paid UFC athletes on the roster right now and is the #3 P4P fighter on the UFC rankings.

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Israel Adesanya tells his audience to not lose faith when they fall

Israel Adesanya

Adesanya went on to become the ambassador for Elden Ring, a game released in February 2022 having high praise from all the notable gaming critics and is already been considered the game of the year. In the Twitter clip below, Adesanya is seen in a dark setting talking to you, the viewers about the motivation of never quitting in life in order to be on the top of the world.

“Think you know strength? Think you have the endurance or the focus to conquer titans? Because I do. I’ve done it. affirms Adesanya while looking at the camera with a bold stare. “You see, power is nothing without the mind to control it. A king is not crowned without first slaying his demons. So when you fall, don’t lose faith. Get back up. Be sharper than their swords, and hit harder than their hammer. And may death never stop you.”

What do you make of this solid promo of the game through Israel Adesanya’s words? Who do you think will win this weekend between Adesanya and his UFC 276 opponent Jared Cannonier? Where do you rank Adesanya amongst the best fighters in the current UFC roster and amongst the greatest UFC middleweights of all time?

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