Alex Pereira Opens up on Israel Adesanya vs Dricus Du Plessis Fight- “After I Fought Adesanya, He Changed a Little Bit,” 

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The mixed martial arts (MMA) world is buzzing with rumors of a potential clash between two elite fighters: Israel Adesanya and Dricus Du Plessis. As fans eagerly await confirmation of this matchup, UFC light heavyweight champion Alex Pereira shares his insights on how Adesanya might fare against Du Plessis.

Before we dive into the Adesanya-Du Plessis matchup, let’s rewind to March 2023. At UFC 287, Adesanya faced Alex Pereira, a dangerous striker and former kickboxing rival. Adesanya avenged a previous knockout loss to Pereira, showcasing his evolution as a fighter. However, Pereira believes that something changed in Adesanya after their encounter.

Alex Pereira on Israel Adesanya’s Transformation

Speaking to Fox Sports Australia through a Portuguese-language interpreter, Pereira expressed uncertainty about Adesanya’s current form. “After I fought Adesanya, he changed a little bit,” Pereira revealed. While he doesn’t claim that Adesanya is no longer the same fighter, Pereira acknowledges subtle shifts in his performance.

Dricus Du Plessis, the undefeated UFC middleweight champion, poses a formidable challenge. With a 7-0 record in the promotion, Du Plessis has impressed fans and analysts alike. His well-rounded skills, knockout power, and relentless pace make him a force to be reckoned with.

Pereira’s uncertainty stems from the mystery surrounding Adesanya’s adjustments. Will the former middleweight champion regain his dominant form, or will Du Plessis capitalize on any perceived weaknesses? The stakes are high, and fans can’t wait to see how it unfolds.

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