VIDEO: 45 Seconds of Brian Ortega Dancing Shirtless to Michael Jackson’s Song

Published 09/12/2021, 12:35 PM EDT


Brian Ortega twirling on the famous Michael Jackson song Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough after a good surf session is a must-see. Ortega surely won’t stop until he gets enough from dancing in this old video.

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Ortega will soon face the current featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 266. This is Ortega’s second title fight after he lost against Max Holloway at UFC via doctor’s stoppage.

Now, as he prepares for his next title fight, here is an old video of the American fighter doing his best Michael Jackson impersonation on the streets. ‘T-City’ is an amazing fighter, and this video shows there is no end to his skills.

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Ortega is coming into the fight on the back of a dominating victory against Chan Sung Jung at UFC Fight Island 6. Meanwhile, ‘The Great’ is undefeated in his entire UFC career.

It will surely excite fans to see the showdown between two of the best featherweight fighters on the roster. Both the fighters have taken shots at each other leading up to the fight. However, a recent incident shows how ‘T-City’ respects his next opponent.

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Brian Ortega Lauds Alexander Volkanovski

Brian Ortega will face the undefeated fighter in the UFC Alexander Volkanovski in a featherweight title bout at UFC 266. ‘The Great’ is one of the most prominent names in the UFC and has an undefeated career in the promotion so far.

In a recent interview with Helen Yee, ‘T-City’ praised his opponent for his accomplishments in the sport. He said, “Well, he’s the best. If you look at him, he’s the best. He’s the champ, he has the belt for a reason; he beat Max twice.”

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He added, “I take no credit from anyone. You have to look at their accomplishments and what they’re good at and what they’ve done. He’s got something that people don’t have, that the world has yet to catch up on. So I take nothing lightly, I look at everything and I see what I can look at and study from him. And say you know this is why we fight.”

Even though both the fighters have taken shots at each other before getting into the octagon, this interview shows that the 15-1 record holder has some respect for the current champ. However, this won’t stop him from giving his best against him in the fight. This fight will surely garner a lot of attention from the combat fans.

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Who do you think will win the fight? Let us know in the comments below.

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Afnan Chougle

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Afnan Chougle is a UFC author at EssentiallySports. Besides writing, this Media graduate is an integral part of the digital web stories team for combat sports. Before joining EssentiallySports, Afnan gained valuable experience as an intern at Jiostudios Production House.

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