UFC 253 is coming up fast on September 26th from Fight Island, Abu Dhabi and features the highly anticipated middleweight title showdown between Israel Adesanya and Paulo Costa. It’s a fight that’s been percolating for years now as the two 185 pounders have taken multiple shots at each other through the media — shots which we’re sure you’ve seen in promos cultivating their feud for maximum promotional effect. WATCH FREE :: https://is.gd/CJBVPz Now with the monuments bout just a week away, the UFC has unveiled the full UFC 253 Countdown episode to mark the occasion: forty seven and a half minutes of hype designed to separate you from your $64.99. And we gotta say, it does a pretty good job. We were already there after the promotion revealed their two minute trailers for Adesanya vs. Costa. The Countdown show takes you deeper than ever into the recent lives of “The Last Stylebender” and “Borrachinha” and their preparations for this five round championship fight.
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