Kai Kara France went face-to-face against Amir Albazi. At a time when he looked confident of grabbing the victory came a judgment that ignited a series of verbal attacks on two UFC judges by his teammate, Israel Adesanya. France and Amir met this Saturday at UFX Apex, Las Vegas. The toe-to-toe fight ended with Mike Bell bringing up the score of 48-47 for Kara.
What initiated the verbal fight was Chris Lee and Sal D’Amato rounding up their score at 48-47 but for Albazi.
Adesanya was quick enough to respond and criticize Lee and Sal. The verbal attack was rather an X-rated rant filled with foul words. As we go ahead to quote Adesanya, it is important to note that a lot of sentences have been paraphrased to sync them with the minds of every reader.
Adesanya currently does not have an opponent. He might have one soon. Until then, his rant against the judges has suggested the media fraternity begin asking questions to judges. This is crucial to bring them under the limelight for increased accountability. Also, Adesanya believes that this will bring more transparency to the decision-making process of Ultimate Fighting Championship judges. Adesanya has called Lee and Sal nuts, adding that they should be fired right away.
His tweet criticizing the judges, per his words, came even before seeing the scorecards. Because I knew they would screw it up, said Adesanya to express how confident he was about their judgment.
Also known as The Last Stylebender, Adesanya has asked them to expire (retire) quickly and leave the job. He has further criticized them for robbing athletes of the winning opportunities of their moment of glory. Thereby making them and their family members suffer with their nasty judgment.
The flyweight main event ended with Kai on the losing side. Judgments will be controversial unless someone else shows up in support of Israel or judges. Taking anything at its face value is always like believing the first thing one sees without examining it.
Kai Kara-France was earlier scheduled to meet Alex Perez for UFC 284 at RAC Arena. However, the event was canceled between Alex and the 30-year UFC fighter. It is difficult to guess who would have won. Some UFC betting sites predicted that France has a fair chance of landing a positive result on February 12.
As for Adesanya, he may get an opponent soon following a fight between Robert Whittaker and Dricus du Plessis.
They will have a face-off on July 08, 2023, at UFC 290. Whittaker has already lost to Adesanya, losing his reign in October 2019. Adesanya was able to deliver a 2-round loss by a knockout at Marvel Stadium located in Melbourne.
Du Plessis is on a winning streak and has a record of breaking the victory series of Darren Till, the British MMA star.