Israel Adesanya is coming off an impressive five-round unanimous decision win over Brad Tavares last night (July 6, 2018) at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 27 Finale from inside Pearl Theatre in Las Vegas, Nevada. After the conclusion of the fight, at post-fight presser reporters inquired about his position in the middleweight division and what's next for 28-year old. Israel said he wants to fight the best. (Via MMAFighting) \u201cI don\u2019t even care about him,\u201d Adesanya said when asked to clarify why he mentioned Hall in his speech immediately following Friday\u2019s main event. \u201cI just want to fight the best. I want to fight the guys that are ranked above me, even though I don\u2019t care about rankings because they\u2019re just opinions anyway. Even if a guy is below me and wants to fight, I\u2019ll take the fight if it makes sense. \u201cI like fighting, I like this game, I can\u2019t do it forever, so right now I realize I\u2019ve just got to enjoy it while I can and just relish and bask in it and be grateful that I\u2019m here doing this.\u201d Adesanya (14-0) improved his UFC record to 3-0 on Friday, with all three wins of Adesanya have come in 2018, and has 12 career knockouts in MMA. Undefeated middleweight Paulo Costa will square off against Uriah Hall at UFC 226 PPV event, Adesanya could likely to fight the winner of this bout and will be cage-side to watch their showdown. \u201cI saw something the other day, where he said he doesn\u2019t know who I am,\u201d Adesanya said. \u201cWell, you know who the f*ck I am now. Understand that? I said that from my first fight, these guys trying to pretend like they don\u2019t know me, then they creeping all on my Instagram and shit. Hey, win your fight tomorrow and I\u2019ll see you later on.\u201d He also has long set his sights on the bigger fish and wants to fight UFC middleweight champion, Robert Whittaker down the road. \u201cI told you guys. I already said it before my UFC debut. You\u2019re going to see me and Robert Whittaker one day at Spark Arena in Auckland for the title,\u201d Adesanya said. \u201cI\u2019ve seen it, I\u2019ve seen this. All this, I\u2019ve done it before.\u201d \u201cI visualized this fight when I was in the shower today, different scenarios and all that kind of thing, but Robert Whittaker, that\u2019s going to come one day, guaranteed,\u201d he later added. \u201cEven if it\u2019s not for the title, but I think he\u2019s going to keep that belt for a little while. He\u2019s tough, he\u2019s a smart kid, I think he\u2019s going to keep that belt for a little while and I\u2019ll come take it off him. Snatch it off him.\u201d Do you think\u00a0Israel Adesanya is a superstar in works?