Alex Pereira’s suspected divorce with his fiancée has attracted extensive notice in recent days. This is due to the fact that there are no fights to keep UFC fans excited. Now, a recent post that ‘Poatan’ made on social media has admirers wondering what might be going on.
In the early hours of today, the light heavyweight champion shared a story on Instagram that featured a girl to remain nameless. In light of the fact that Aline Antoniassi, the woman depicted in the video, has previously shared photographs of herself with Pereira on various social media platforms, it appears that she is acquainted with the Brazilian.
It is sufficient to say that fans of the fight instantly took to social media, where they speculated and stirred up the process of spreading rumors.
Alex Pereira on facing Tom Aspinall
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has already promoted Alex Pereira to the next weight class, and many people are now wondering if he will move up to the heavyweight division.
A question was posed to ‘Poatan’ in a recent interview with TheMacLife regarding whether or not he would be willing to compete against Tom Aspinall, who was recently crowned the interim heavyweight champion, at the UFC 300 event.
The Brazilian, on the other hand, is of the opinion that despite the fact that he is eager to fight anyone, a step up to heavyweight would require careful planning and is not something that he will leap into headfirst with reckless abandon.
I’m willing to fight anyone. This is something that needs to be programmed and put some effort into, despite the fact that I am the height and roughly the size of a heavyweight. This is not something that I would do if I were to embark on an adventure of that nature. My goal is to make things the way they should be.”
Take a look at the comments made by Alex Pereira below (7:30):
Alex Pereria is widely regarded as one of the most accomplished athletes in the world who competes in combat sports. Few fighters can compare to the great Brazilian’s accomplishments, which include winning titles in two different weight classes in both GLORY and the UFC.