Israel Adesanya explains UFC 263 walkout and wants Whittaker soon!

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    Israel Adesanya spoke to Caroline Pearce after beating Marvin Vettori at #UFC263. The middleweight champion wants to stay active and face Robert Whittaker once again.

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