Usman v. Edwards, Nigerian Troll Rocky,

UFC 278: Kamaru Usman vs Leon Edwards- The Nigerian nightmare will face Rocky after 7 years in a rematch at UFC 278. Usman had earlier defeated Edwards by a 3-round unanimous decision. Follow UFC 278 live updates and UFC news with InsideSport.IN

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UFC 278: Kamaru Usman vs. Leon Edwards, trolls Nigerian nightmare Rocky, reveals future plans to increase weight

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Kamaru Uthman’s quest for future endeavors: There is a greater thirst to carve his name in history by pushing the current behemoth and top Kamaru Usman of mixed martial arts towards the inhuman limits of the planet.

At the UFC 278 Pre-Fight Conference, the Welterweight Division Champion expressed his appreciation for his future plans and the upcoming title defense.

Usman mentions the famous three-piece soda incident between George Masvidal and Edwards and justifies his knockout in Gamebred on behalf of Edwards.

“Listen, I like you, my man. I’ve done a lot for you. That man[ Masvidal] I went back to London, he touched you, and you didn’t do anything, so I had to handle it for you – that’s why I had to knock his head on the moon. I got him for you, so I like you. Thank me. “

He has revealed his future plans to dominate the light heavyweight division.

“I’m still thinking [skipping middleweight] And he’s going to get that light heavyweight title, “said Usman. “I just think I can beat some of those guys. Something! I said something before you all killed me. There are some killers in that department and I certainly respect that, but I think the people were at the top, there were a few people I would probably kick out. “

UFC Welterweight Division Champion, The Nigerian Nightmare has an unbeaten streak and is at the top of the mixed martial arts spectrum.

The Nigerian nightmare is not a regular fighter. His impressive dominance and his winning streak have elevated him to the number one pound-to-pound fighter.

The current welterweight champion is at the top of the food chain. Kamaru Usman receives regular call-outs from other exceptional UFC fighters.

With a stunning record of 21 straight wins, he remains unbeaten at the UFC. He earned his name The Nigerian Nightmare because of his impressive victories and nightmares to his opponents.

The number one pound-to-pound fighter, Kamaru Usman was out of the octagon for a while and was waiting for his return, but his injury kept him trapped for a long time.

In Finlay, The Nightmare returns to UFC 278 to fight for his title against Leon Edwards.

Meanwhile, Edwards is also unbeaten with a 9-0-1 mark from that first meeting in 2015. He returned from a long layoff in March 2021 but had an accidental eyeball against Belal Muhammad that could not keep up with his opponent. Edwards returned to defeat Net Diaz in a fight in June 2021 that he controlled until the final round, where Diaz hit Edwards badly in the right hand.

UFC 278: Kamaru Usman vs. Leon Edwards, trolls Nigerian nightmare Rocky, reveals future plans to increase weight

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