Israel Adesanya has the potential to be a great fighter, but he’s currently in danger of “losing his focus.” That’s because his coach is sleeping with him. The only way out for Israel? Leave and never look back.
The “ufc 243” is a truth bomb dropped by Israel Adesanya’s coach on former UFC champion, Daniel Cormier. The coach has revealed that the fighter was offered a fight with Jon Jones but turned it down.
Former UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and his entourage have not pleased Israel Adesanya’s head coach, Eugene Bareman. He favored the previous method of operation.
Eugene Bareman discussed his issues with Khabib Nurmagomedov and his guys with Submission Radio. He dislikes the fact that he ‘talks nonsense’ about so many fighters.
“I’m upset to see Khabib say more garbage about other competitors than anybody else,” Bareman told Submission Radio. “Because he was a person who, oh gosh, this guy’s still a purist,” I said. That isn’t in his genetic code. However, you now witness him slamming fighters, and Makhachev does the same. That was never a part of their sports culture before. They had a distinct position in the sport. They’ve become indistinguishable from the rest of us. Khabib is just as talkative as the rest of the group. He used to hold all combatants in high regard. He used to have a high regard for all combatants. Makhachev is the same way. I’ve heard that their Twitter account is under the supervision of their manager. But they’re still fools for allowing the manager to oversee their Twitter accounts.
“I like the old, the way things were before they became all Hollywood.” They had their own way of life. It belonged to them. They weren’t attempting to be American in any way. They brought a pure type of edge to the sport that isn’t there at the very top, and that isn’t present at the very top because it is so ruthless. But to see them today, it’s just Twitter, Twitter, Twitter, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, Simply said, do your thing. And the way they go about it is that they simply fight until you can’t say no any more. And it was the one thing I admired. “That’s it.”
But don’t get Eugene Bareman wrong: he still admires former UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. He just misses the way things were when he was in the UFC. ‘Smesh everyone,’ he said, letting his fists speak for themselves.
“I still respect them a lot,” Bareman added, “but the thing I used to appreciate about them, the guys like Khabib and that, was that they were purists.” “They did nothing except fight.” Don’t bother about the press or [anything else], just go on with your work and fight.
“They come from a lowly background. When they have a lot of money, they aren’t extremely materialistic. They just continue to train. They come there, grind, and don’t give a damn about material positions, flash vehicles. They just want to fight, and that is their whole objective. And their fashion sense reflects this. They don’t want to stand out. They desire the most efficient route to victory. From point A to point B, in a straight line. And it’s something I used to like and respect about them. And the issue is, it’s a ruthless game at the highest level. And the things you can respect began to be dragged away and sliced away from you. And it was because of this that I used to admire them. However, the game has now reached them as well.”
Eugene Bareman has a lot on his plate, since he is the coach of two UFC champions, Israel Adesanya and Alex Volkanovski. He also works as a coach for a number of other fighters, including Brad Riddell, who is scheduled to compete this weekend.
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