Alexander Volkanovski Reveals the Dark Truth About His Drinking

In the world of UFC, every fighter has a story. But what happens when the toughest fight is not in the ring, but within oneself? This is the tale of Alexander Volkanovski, a champion grappling with his own demons before a crucial rematch.

The Unexpected Call

"I was drinking every day for like three or four weeks," confessed Volkanovski, a statement that sent shockwaves through the MMA community. The call for a rematch with Islam Makhachev came at a time when Volkanovski was nursing a hand injury and was far from his disciplined self.

The Weight of Defeat

The Australian Fighter, Known For His Discipline, Found Himself At His Heaviest Ever. The Laughter Of His Gym Mates Echoed His Own Disbelief. But It Was Not Just The Physical Weight That Burdened Him; it Was The Weight Of His Actions Leading Up To The Rematch.

The Silver Lining

Despite the setback, Volkanovski found a glimmer of hope. The rematch served as a wake-up call, forcing him to confront his vices. "I was just disappointed with the guy I was leading into that," he admitted. But in defeat, he found the strength to rise again, ready to face whatever comes next.

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