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Dana White Drops Spine-Tingling Promo Video For Israel Adesanya Vs Jan Blachowicz

Max Sherry

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Dana White Drops Spine-Tingling Promo Video For Israel Adesanya Vs Jan Blachowicz

Featured Image Credit: Facebook / Dana White

UFC 259 doesn't need much hyping up.

Four champions.

Three title fights.

One absolutely stacked card.

And a chance for Nigerian-born New Zealander Israel Adesanya to carve his name into the mixed martial arts history books.

But in typical Dana White fashion, he's somehow managed to get us nail-biting fans even more excited than we already are.

Just a matter of days from one of the biggest fight cards in the sport's history, the UFC president has dropped a truly spine-tingling promo video for the event.

And, well, it's incredible to say the least.

Credit: UFC ANZ / Instagram
Credit: UFC ANZ / Instagram

Narrated by the legendary Ron Perlman, the clip delves deep into the intriguing light heavyweight title bout between Adesanya and reigning champion Jan Blachowicz.

The awesome video also touches on the title fights between both Petr Yan and Aljamain Sterling as well as Amanda Nunes and Aussie Megan Anderson.

In the opening scene, Perlman says: "Destiny is defined as a predetermined course, a calling on a fighter's war path that is inevitable. But for some, it is to be the best. For others, it's to be great. Yet for a select few, it's to transcend and to do what otherwise might seem impossible."

Chills.

As if this card wasn't already epic enough.

Do yourself a favour and check out the epic video below...

Topics: New Zealand, Jan Blachowicz, UFC, Australia, MMA, Dana White, Israel Adesanya

Max Sherry
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