- Israel Adesnaya bought his father a Bentley Continental GT worth $202,000
- The UFC middleweight champion lost to Jan Blachowicz in UFC 259 main card
- The last Stylebender is set for rematch with Robert Withtakker if he defeats Kevin Gastelum
Israel Adesanya has been someone who adores his parents as he gifts his dad a Bentley Continental GT worth $202,000 despite recently losing to lightweight champion Jan Blacvhowicz.
The Last Stylebender had his unbeaten MMA record stained by the Polish Power but that did not affect him in showing love to this beloved parent.
Izzy prostrated to his father when he won the interim middleweight championship from Kevin Gastelum and repeated the same act of respect when he knocked out Robert Withakker to become the undisputed champion in the division.
Adesanya who called his dad the realest member of his team tweeted with a video of the Bentley :
"When you help me garden, you deserve all the flowers."
The 31-year-old added:
"Upgraded my pops cuz he the realest on my team! I don't wait for my loved one to pass on before I give them flowers."
Nigerian-born new Zealand fighter also gave his mum a Porsche a month before his super fight with Balchowicz.
All three judges gave the contest to Balchowicz to retain his light heavyweight strap and handed Adesanya his first defeat.
Israel is in line for a rematch with Withtakker who is set to take on Gastelum to become number contender for the middleweight championship.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Israel Adesanya has been dropped as an ambassador with BMW following r*pe comments he recently made.
The UFC middleweight champion who suffered his first loss in his MMA career to light heavyweight king Jan Blachowicz had a heated exchange of words with fellow contender Kelvin Holland on Instagram.
The Last Stylebender said as part of what he perceived as a fight talk:
“Bro, I will f….n r*pe you.”
Legit.ng also reported that Jan Blachowicz became the first man to defeat Israel Adesanya at UFC 259 light heavyweight contest in Las Vegas.
All three judges gave the contest to the Polish fighter after dominating the majority of the rounds as it went the distance.
Israel is now 21-1 as his quest to become a two-division champion came crashing after he faced a much heavier and experienced Blachowicz.