Blended Martial Arts fighter, David Onama has defined why he recreated Israel Adesanya’s bow-and-arrow celebration after a brutal knockout win at UFC on ABC 5.
Onama, with an expert MMA document of 11 wins and a pair of losses, had fastidiously devised his homage to Adesanya lengthy earlier than his combat towards Gabriel Santos, who held a document of 10 wins and a pair of losses in MMA.
Onama showcased his ability and dedication by delivering a strong second-round knockout that left Santos defeated on the VyStar Veterans Memorial Area.
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In a transfer that delighted spectators, Onama replicated Adesanya’s celebrated victory gesture from his UFC 287 title win towards Alex Pereira in April. Following Santos’ defeat, Onama gracefully mimicked Adesanya’s efficiency by miming the act of pulling out an imaginary bow and taking pictures arrows in direction of his downed opponent to pay homage to Adesanya’s unbelievable expertise.
“That’s my man, Izzy,” Onama informed MMA Junkie and different reporters on the UFC on ABC 5 post-fight information convention. “Izzy fought a Brazilian and I used to be like, ‘I’m going to do what Izzy did. I’m going to knock this child out then I’m going to have a good time like Izzy.’ And it confirmed, so,” Onama stated.
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