In an interview in January of 2016 Adesanya predicts his rise to UFC champion status(at just 4-0 and not signed to the UFC at the time) and his goals for being idolized long after his reign.
One year ago today, on 13th April 2019 – Israel Adesanya became the Interim UFC Middleweight Champ after only 14 months in the UFC. Check out what Israel Adesanya has to say seconds after winning interim gold against Kelvin Gastelum at UFC 236!
UFC #7 ranked flyweight Kai Kara-France talks about his plans for 2020 and how he sees himself being the champion before the year is out.
From only having one UFC fighter just two years ago, to now housing two UFC world champions and six total fighters in the UFC, we take a look at the rise of the City Kickboxing team.
Check out never before seen footage of Israel Adesanya preparing for his UFC Pay-per-view debut against Derek Brunson at UFC 230 in New York.
“I want to be the active champion, I want to do right by the division like GSP did in the welterweight, like Demetrious did at flyweight like Anderson did on middleweight…”
Israel Adesanya wraps up his training camp in Auckland, New Zealand and spends time with his dogs before he flies to Las Vegas. Check out his arrival and reacting to seeing his poster on the Las Vegas strip.
Israel Adesanya, Alexander Volkanovski, Daniel Hooker, Brad Riddell, and Kai Kara-France are featured in the video going through the Spyda MMA trainings with other members of the City Kickboxing fight team.
The last episode of champ camp has the #1 ranked UFC featherweight finishing up his camp at City Kickboxing in preparation for his upcoming bout with the feather champion, Max “Blessed” Holloway at UFC 245
Kai ‘Don’t Blink’ Kara-France continues his training camp in City Kickboxing Gym for his upcoming bout against #5 ranked Brandon Moreno at UFC 245 on Dec 14th in Las Vegas, Nevada