To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
| Last updated
Adesanya, 31, is set to defend his UFC middleweight title against No.1 contender Paulo Costa at UFC 253.
No matter how much you fill up a balloon...
He's likely still gonna get popped! :syringe::balloon::pushpin: pic.twitter.com/4lrT2NVBhO
- Israel Adesanya (@stylebender) August 18, 2020
But the undefeated champion is thinking about his future ahead of his September 26 clash.
Speaking to Submission Radio, the Nigerian-born Kiwi fighter spoke about the 185lbs division and revealed that he's eyeing a blockbuster bout against Till.
"I hope [Jared] Cannonier beats Robert [Whittaker], cause I want a new body. Jack Hermansson, I don't really mind too much," he said.
"But I'd like Darren to get that one done, but he didn't really get it done against Robert.
"It was a good fight, close fight, but I think maybe the takedowns gave it to Robert. Who knows. But yeah, the Jack Hermansson and Darren Till fight, I don't really mind.
"But Cannonier, I hope Cannonier whoops his ass, so I can... I want to fight that guy, I like him."
He added: "Same with Darren. But also Jack Hermansson I'd like to fight, but I really want to fight Darren one day in the O2 or in Wimbledon.
"That would be a good excuse to go to England. Go sip some tea and crumpets.
"[Till and I] haven't talked in a little bit, but we're cool. I mean, we know the game. Like, Darren's a guy, I'm not gonna act like we got beef, when it's time to fight I will fucking embarrass him.
"Yeah. But right now, he's cool and I'm cool. We're cool. Yeah."
Till, 27, lost his chance to face Adesanya after failing to beat Robert Whittaker on 'Fight Island' last month.
However, the current middleweight king is keeping tabs on the Liverpool man, who's set to collide with Jack Hermansson in December.
Adesanya vs. Till? Watch this space.
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Instagram
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read