Paulo Costa uses the Israel Adesanya vs. Alex Pereira battle to parody Dillon Danis’ Twitter custom.

Paulo Costa, a middleweight candidate for the UFC, recently demonstrated why he is known as the “Meme God” by attacking fellow competitor and online troll Dillon Danis. While some followers enjoy the online trolling of both men, others find their scathing remarks and unfiltered viewpoints on social media offensive.’Borrachinha’ frequently makes jokes and memes about his fellow MMA fighters, and he recently used Danis’ customary pre-fight message to make fun of that custom.For context, Dillon Danis regularly tweets before the majority of high-profile fights, promising a reward to anyone who follows them and loves his tweet if their pick prevails.

Israel Adesanya and Alex Pereira’s highly anticipated middleweight fight was approaching, so Paulo Costa made the decision to take a leaf out of Dillon Danis’ playbook and use it to troll the jiu-jitsu whiz. Danis’ method of advertising his giveaway was copied by the Brazilian, but he added a condition that the winner couldn’t be a fan of Danis.Costa bet on Pereira to defeat Adesanya and promised a fan $2000 if “The Last Stylebender” defeated “Poatan,” saying:

“If Israel Adesanya defeats Alex Pereira, I’ll donate $2000 to one non-Dillon Danis fan. To win, you must follow @BorrachinhaMMA. Thank you, @rick_doobs, my business genius.

Israel Adesanya vs. Alex Pereira: Paulo Costa posts fake news about ‘The Last Stylebender’ pulling out of UFC 287

Paulo Costa, the self-described “Meme God,” recently tricked a lot of his followers and MMA aficionados on Twitter by spreading some amusingly false information about Israel Adesanya.

On April 9 at UFC 287, the Kiwi, who was born in Nigeria, will face his longtime foe Alex Pereira once more. Fans are anticipating the fourth combat sports matchup between the two rivals with great interest, but “Borrachinha” saw a chance to make fun of them.

Costa published a news image of Israel Adesanya abandoning his battle that appeared realistic. Fans were originally taken aback by the text’s first two lines, but the joke quickly became clear due to the absurdity of the injury mentioned.

Adesanya, who is not one to take things lying down, quickly responded to the Brazilian’s message with one of his own. The former middleweight champion referred to the renowned video of their match, saying:

My clout would be larger than your d*ck, lol. You recall…

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