“Yeah, I wasn’t necessarily healthy, but I think it comes down to the focus,” he said. “I forced the fight. I could have won that fight with very little, but I ran in, I left openings, I made mistakes and he definitely capitalized. He’s a tough guy. He’s by no means the best in the world, but he’s a tough guy. You have to realize that the best guys don’t always win in this sport.”
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Israel Adesanya, the former UFC middleweight champion, has admitted guilt in a “drink-driving” case in New Zealand, just three weeks before his last UFC fight.