has made his name fighting in the Octagon, but he made headlines recently for another kind of struggle, despite the need to do so. 

Adesanya spoke on his Instagram account following a dreadful terrorist attack on 2 mosques on Friday at New Zealand, where he still resides.

“Normally, these terrorist attacks have been known to occur over seas (‘Murica), so that you hardly ever really pay it no mind cuz ‘(newzealand ) isn’t as awful with racism. ’ But it just happened here in New Zealand and now we have to make certain that we stay staunch together. We won’t even let them win.

His speech followed Friday’s mass shootings at two mosques at Christchurch, at which finally rely on Saturday the death toll had reached 50. The amount of people hospitalized additionally stood at 50 with 12 of those people classified to be in critical illness.

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Adesanya has quickly risen to prominence at the with won his first five coicts from the Octagon, for example a current unanimous-decision victory over the mythical at 234 on Feb. 10. The victory over Silva moved Adesanya’s album to 16-0 and made him a spot contrary Kelvin Gastelum at 236 on April 13, where the two will struggle to its interim championship championship.

Adesanya was born in Nigeria, but now resides in Auckland.

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