Ciryl Gane became the first French fighter to capture a UFC world

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Ciryl Gane became the first French fighter to win a UFC world title when he took his interim heavyweight title at UFC 265 in Texas on Saturday night.

Ciryl Gane, 31, grabbed the interim title by defeating contender Derrick Lewis at the main event in Houston.

It was only his 10th fight as a professional mixed martial artist.

“I’m happy, I’m proud,” Gane said after his TKO win in the third round.

Gane uses a clever plan as he battles knockout artist Lewis from a distance. by alternating gestures continuously By ufabet using a lot of leg kicks to get Lewis to stand behind.

Those kicks started to increase heading into the third round. And after Lewis stumbled backwards after another loud kick in Gane’s leg, ‘Bon Gamin’ moved looking for an end.

Gane unleashes a series of attacks that force Lewis to cover up against the cage. And although Lewis tried to counter with a punch. But he was eventually sent to the canvas and stopped by a ground attack at the 4:11 mark when Gane had a comprehensive victory with a TKO finish.

Gane dedicated the victory to coach Fernand Lopez and his team in Paris.

“This is for the whole team. This is not just for me,” he said.

“For my coaches, for the MMA Factory, for my friends, my family, my fans and my country. I am very happy.”

Gane’s winning streak improved his perfect MMA record to 10-0 with seven wins at distance.

It also created a mouthwatering combined title match with his former teammate and training partner, the current undisputed UFC heavyweight champion, Francis Ngannou of Cameroon.

When asked if he had a message for his former colleague, Gane simply said: “The battle will happen. Let’s go. Let’s go.”