Israel Adesanya predicts Alex Pereira vs Jamahal Hill

Israel Adesanya leans in favor of Jamahal Hill, he can foresee Alex Pereira losing the match.

by Aryan Lakhani
Israel Adesanya predicts Alex Pereira vs Jamahal Hill
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The former UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya recently shared some advice to Jamahal Hill for his fight against Alex Pereira. Adesanya also took the time to make some predictions. Interestingly, he can foresee Jamahal Hill recapturing his UFC light heavyweight belt with a knockout before the end of round three.

Jamahal Hill is as cool as a cucumber, the perfect state of mind to be in before fights, especially title fights! This Saturday night, the world shall find out if Jamahal Hill can reclaim his belt and make Israel Adesanya’s prediction come true.

Alex Pereira and Jamahal Hill face off

Israel Adesanya on Alex Pereira vs Jamahal Hill

In a recent YouTube video, Israel Adesanya tried to predict Alex Pereira vs Jamahal Hill.

“Two of my friends, two of my peoples,” Adesanya said, as quoted by “This fight, Alex is gonna try and kick Jamahal’s legs. I don’t think that’s a * secret. That’s his thing.

Jamahal knows this. Jamahal just — I don’t think is scared. Jamahal has got knockout power, scary knockout power, as well. Alex can get knocked out. Something Jamahal said which I felt — I don’t know if it was overlooked or not — but he said, look, who is someone Alex Pereira has just outclassed in a fight? Not just knocked out, but like outclassed in a fight until he knocks them out”.

Israel Adesanya’s final prediction

“Five rounds, so it’s gonna be a slow start in the first round. They’re gonna figure each other out, get some shots off, Alex is going to be throwing the leg kick, and Jamahal will be finding his jab and trying to get his fist to Alex’s head.

Not just the chin. Remember with Johnny Walker, bro. That was probably a (puts fist to forehead). Bro, he shuts people off. * that was insane. I’m gonna go Jamahal by KO. I think it’s gonna be in the first two and a half [rounds]”.

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