Alex Pereira vs. Israel Adesanya: ‘Poatan’ has some UFC 287 betting tips for Drake

For Drake, a seasoned sports bettor, Alex Pereira has some advice. The UFC middleweight champion, who will face Israel Adesanya to defend his championship at UFC 288, recently counselled the well-known Canadian rapper to make sure he picks the correct opponent this time.

To put things in perspective, the music mogul infamously lost a $2 million wager when Pereira shocked everyone by defeating Adesanya in the fifth round. hed of the hed of the hed of the hed of the hed of the hed of the hed of the hed of the he

Drake has been widely mocked for supposedly jinxing the success of the athletes he supports after various athletes and teams suffered setbacks as a result of their interactions with him in the media.

Recently, Alex Pereira shared some workout videos on Instagram while the hit Drake song “Nonstop” was playing in the background. The caption was written in Brazilian.

I hope you picked the correct person to gamble on this time, ChampagnePapi.

For the fourth time in combat sports, Alex Periera and Israel Adesanya will square off on April 8. The Brazilian has a definite 3-0 lead over “The Last Stylebender” after two kickboxing triumphs

Jon Jones predicts the result of the rematch between Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya.

Jon Jones believes that the UFC middleweight championship won’t be transferred anytime soon. The illustrious mixed martial artist, who recently reclaimed the No. 1 pound-for-pound ranking, believes that Alex Pereira will defeat Israel Adesanya at UFC 287.

In UFC 281, “Poatan” stunned the combat sports community by defeating the division’s long-reigning champion by fifth-round TKO. Prior to the last round of his fight with Adesanya, Pereira was headed for a decision loss.

The Brazilian, however, discovered “The Last Stylebender” against the cage and launched a flurry of devastating strikes, forcing the referee to stop the fight because Adesanya was obviously injured. It is well known that Jones and Adesanya don’t get along well and have traded insults over the previous few years. It’s hardly unexpected that Jon Jones said in a pre-fight UFC 285 media day interview that he doesn’t anticipate a different outcome in the rematch: “Pereira will likely win again, in my opinion. Some athletes simply use the numbers of other athletes. He works hard and I’m rooting for him. I think he’ll repeat the action.”

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