New Zealand\u2019s Israel \u201cThe Last Stylebender\u201d Adesanya, entered his middleweight bout against Rob Wilkinson on an 11-fight winning streak. He made his UFC Octagon debut at UFC 221 on Saturday (Feb 10, 2018) and earned a victory via the second-round demolition of Rob Wilkinson at the Perth Arena in Australia. The most impressive about Adesanya's win was that it wasn't one jaw-dropping strike that ended the bout - it was a nasty mix of techniques that had Rob Wilkinson looking for a way out as Adesanya piled up damage. Look out; he's already drawing comparisons to Jon Jones and Anderson Silva. These may be premature, but Adesanya 28, the potential for greatness is undeniable. After the fight, he sent the MMA community into a craze with his Octagon interview and had a lot of people comparing him to Conor McGregor. \u201dThe Last Stylebender\u201d himself didn\u2019t hesitate to make similar associations. \u201dThe pressure has been the same since the jump, since 2008 when I started fighting,\u201d Adesanya said. \u201cAfter my first fight people were like \u2018Wow, look out for this guy\u2019 and it\u2019s been growing, following me. Pretty sure I had more hype than Conor before he jumped into the UFC. Now people know who I am and it\u2019s time to work.\u201d Adesanya is a former kickboxer with a professional kickboxing record of 65-5-2 and made his MMA debut back in 2012. It appears he will be looking to keep the train rolling and stay active: \u201dHey, in 2016 I fought over 20 times,\u201d he told Submission Radio. \u201cAnd not like gimme fights, the Chinese were trying to kill me so they were giving me killers. So yeah, I\u2019m not new at this, I like staying active. I\u2019m gonna have a week off just to chill, let my hair down. I\u2019m going to go out on a boat here with my crew and get some things done. But everyone\u2019s going to try and call me out now so I\u2019ll leave it to you guys to fight over who wants to fight me next.\u201d \u201dI\u2019ve got a four fight contract, I\u2019m going to get through that this year and then yeah, probably top 10 by next year. I see that happening. I\u2019m in the UFC now, I\u2019ve felt the buzz, deja-vu, same thing different day. Yeah, I want to be in the top 10 by next year but who knows, could be this year!\u201d Who would you want to see Israel Adesanya fight next?