UFC heavyweight contender Ciryl Gane found a serious gap in his belt. Ciryl Gane’s budding UFC star? Maybe not so much.
Gane took full control of Jairzinho Rozenstruik with a one-sided, unanimous decision victory (50-45, 50-45, 50-45) in the main event of UFC Fight Night in Las Vegas on Saturday . However, in future UFC matchmaking meetings, the lack of aggression and his conservative strategy may be detrimental to Gane.
Gane said in a post-match interview: “I didn’t make a real big show for the fans.” “I got a huge victory, so I am very happy about it. That guy was really tough. I just want to manage, I did it.”
No, Gane failed to make a splash on social media. He also did not participate in the kind of back-and-forth war that might make him a box office favorite. But his performance in the UFC is indeed unbeaten to one of the world̵
After winning, according to ESPN statistics and information data, Gane became the seventh fighter in the UFC heavyweight division and started 5-0. Four of the first six fighters that did this went on to become UFC heavyweight champions. Gain has the longest active winning streak in the UFC Heavyweight League (fifth place).
When entering ESPN, Rozenstruik was ranked fourth in the world among heavyweights, while Gane was ranked eighth. Gane will definitely make a major leap in the rankings, but it is not clear what this means in a crowded department. The French fighters themselves are to blame for the lack of action by Rozenstruik.
Gunn said: “I hope he can do more offense.” “I was a little surprised about that.”
It might not be exciting to sit in the seat, but Gane’s performance itself left a deep impression. He showed calmness and composure, staying outside, kicking Rozenstruik away from his body with long feet. Several times, Gane dabbled in large groups and quickly retreated, away from Rozenstruik’s mighty power. But for Guyne, those lightning events are few and far apart, and the latter obviously wants to proceed with caution.
Rozenstruik was largely cancelled. He put together a big combination in the third position, putting some hard left hooks here and there, but it didn’t make any sense. Gane’s excellent play and distance management are the reasons. Even if it does not necessarily inspire fans to watch his show next time, it is still very effective.
The card is used in conjunction with the COVID-19 protocol promulgated on UFC Apex (a facility across the street from the UFC company campus). This is the third UFC game this month. The game is contested by heavyweight competitors.
Gain (8-0) has become one of the top prospects of all MMA, and this performance will make him a real contender from a prospect. He is now 3-0 in the UFC with 5 strokes. 30-year-old Gane defeated former UFC heavyweight champion Junior Dos Santos in the second round of Tseung Kwan O in the UFC 256 game in December last year. When Gane was training in France, he was Fernand Lopez, the former head coach of UFC’s top heavyweight contender Francis Ngannou. He will be on March 27. Japan competed with Stipe Miocic for the title of UFC 260.
Rozenstruik (11-2) also won the second round of UFC 252’s TKO victory over dos Santos in August. The Surinamese won five of the seven games in the UFC. His only professional defeat before Saturday was with Ngannou in the UFC 249 knockout round in May. The 32-year-old Rozenstruik has scored 10 KO/TKO in 11 career victories. He was once a Taekwondo champion.