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Israel Adesanya's Record: Adesanya Faces Cannonier at UFC 276 to Affirm Middleweight Dominance

Israel Adesanya's record is one of the best in the game as he sits at 22-1. Now, he's looking to improve it even more as he takes on Jared Cannonier at UFC 276.
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Israel Adesanya's Record: Adesanya Faces Cannonier at UFC 276 to Affirm Middleweight Dominance

As Israel Adesanya heads into UFC 276, he still just has that one blemish on an otherwise perfect career. As we get ready for Saturday's UFC 276 main event against Jared Cannonier, Isreal Adesanya's record sits at an impressive 22-1.

After looking unbeatable for so much of his career, it was a step up in weight to face then light heavyweight champ Jan Blachowicz that gave Israel Adesanya's record its first ever loss.

He has since avenged those losses with wins over Marvin Vettori and Robert Whittaker, but Saturday's test at UFC 276, Jared Cannonier, should not be taken lightly.

If Israel Adesanya wants to keep his record at 22-1 and his spot among the best pound-four-pound fighters in the world, he'll have to take down a hungry Cannonier in the UFC 276 main event on Saturday.

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Israel Adesanya's Record

As mentioned before, Israel Adesanya comes into UFC 276 holding a 22-1 record. His lone defeat came at the hands of Jan Blachowicz as he attempted to become the champion at two different weight classes.

Adesanya has tormented the Middleweight division for three straight years. Adesanya won the belt in 2019 against Kelvin Gastellum and hasn't looked back since. He's defended his title an amazing six straight times and has put down every top contender sent his way.

However, Israel Adesanya's record is missing a win over one name in particular, Jared Cannonier.

For a while, Cannonier was competing at light heavyweight. But, a drop to middleweight seems to have given the 38-year old another life in his UFC career.

Will Israel Adesanya's record improve to 23-1 this weekend or will Cannonier be the first middleweight to ever defeat The Last Sylebender?

Win22–1Robert WhittakerDecision (unanimous)UFC 27112-Feb-22505:00
Win21–1Marvin VettoriDecision (unanimous)UFC 26312-Jun-21505:00
Loss20–1Jan BłachowiczDecision (unanimous)UFC 25906-Mar-21505:00
Win20–0Paulo CostaTKO (punches and elbows)UFC 25327-Sep-20203:59
Win19–0Yoel RomeroDecision (unanimous)UFC 24807-Mar-20505:00
Win18–0Robert WhittakerKO (punches)UFC 24306-Oct-19203:33
Win17–0Kelvin GastelumDecision (unanimous)UFC 23613-Apr-19505:00
Win16–0Anderson SilvaDecision (unanimous)UFC 23410-Feb-19305:00
Win15–0Derek BrunsonTKO (knees and punches)UFC 23003-Nov-18104:51
Win14–0Brad TavaresDecision (unanimous)The Ultimate Fighter: Undefeated Finale06-Jul-18505:00
Win13–0Marvin VettoriDecision (split)UFC on Fox: Poirier vs. Gaethje14-Apr-18305:00
Win12–0Rob WilkinsonTKO (knees and punches)UFC 22111-Feb-18203:37
Win11–0Stuart DareKO (head kick)Hex Fighting Series 1224-Nov-17104:53
Win10–0Melvin GuillardTKO (punches)AFC 2028-Jul-17104:49
Win9–0Murad KuramagomedovTKO (punches)Wu Lin Feng: E.P.I.C. 428-May-16201:05
Win8–0Andrew Flores SmithTKO (corner stoppage)Glory of Heroes 207-May-16105:00
Win7–0Dibir ZagirovTKO (punches)Wu Lin Feng: E.P.I.C. 213-Mar-16202:23
Win6–0Vladimir KatykhinTKO (doctor stoppage)Wu Lin Feng: E.P.I.C. 113-Jan-16202:13
Win5–0Gele QingTKO (elbows)Wu Lin Feng 2015: New Zealand vs. China19-Sep-15203:37
Win4–0Maui TuigamalaTKO (kick to the body)Fair Pay Fighting 105-Sep-15201:25
Win3–0Song KenanTKO (head kick)The Legend of Emei 308-Aug-15101:59
Win2–0John VakeTKO (punches)Shuriken MMA: Best of the Best15-Jun-13104:43
Win1–0James GriffithsTKO (punches)Supremacy Fighting Championship 924-Mar-12102:09

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Adesanya vs. Cannonier Odds – UFC 276 Betting

FighterUFC 276 OddsImplied Probability
Israel Adesanya-45081.8%
Jared Cannonier+36021.7%

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As you can see above, oddsmakers are all but guaranteeing that Israel Adesanya's record improves to 23-1 this weekend at UFC 276. Sure, we expect him to be the favorite, but the latest Adesanya vs. Cannonier odds are quite lopsided.

Right now, Adesanya vs. Cannonier odds have Israel Adesanya as a whopping -450 favorite to win the UFC 276 main event. That mean oddsmakers are implying the champ has an 81.8% chance of extending his middleweight win streak.

As for Cannonier, his +360 odds are indicative of just a 21.7% chance to win.

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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