Israel Adesanya is dropping some advice for the people of the world to get out and explore and learn.
The last year was a tough one for Israel Adesanya in terms of his career. He lost his UFC middleweight title in November to his longtime foe Alex Pereira. It seemed as if he would coast to victory in his bout at UFC 281 but in the fifth round, he was caught and knocked out. Immediately following the fight, Adesanya showed up backstage and spoke to the media. He did not hang his head but instead spoke about his life and how thankful he was to have the opportunities he does. Now he is continuing to spread that message to his fans on social media.
Adesanya has taken to his Twitter to drop some advice for his followers, he is urging people to get out into the world and see the differences that they would not be able to see otherwise.
Israel Adesanya speaks of perspective and seeing the world in his latest Twitter post
Adesanya reposted a video featuring content creator Dre Skrila speaking about his time in Thailand and how many people around the world who live in first-world countries never get to see how the rest of the world lives. Adesanya jumped on this conversation and urged young people to spend their money on travel and to see different parts of the world.
I’m an alien in NZ, from Naija growing up I’ve seen the gutters, literally. It's all about your perspective. The clubs are cool sure, but seeing the world is cooler. Stack up your bread and travel to gain perspective. Or just complain on all the apps if you like xo. pic.twitter.com/5uLbJ0R5hB
— Israel Adesanya (@stylebender) February 3, 2023
“I’m an alien in NZ, from Naija growing up I’ve seen the gutters, literally. It’s all about your perspective,” he wrote. “The clubs are cool sure, but seeing the world is cooler. Stack up your bread and travel to gain perspective. Or just complain on all the apps if you like xo.”
Adesanya has seen much of the world thanks to his fighting career and being the UFC champion for so long. He will be getting a chance to regain his lost title later this year as he takes in Pereira once more at UFC 287 in Maimi, Florida.