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The long-awaited UFC 270 is coming this weekend, and it will bring answers to who will be the champion in the two attractive UFC categories! The event takes place in Anaheim at the Honda Center and consists of three parts. The “early prelims” contains four fights, followed by prelims with four fights, and the main part of the program with five fights—a spectacle for all fans of UFC.
Francis Ngannou vs. Cyrila Gane
The main event of the evening is the fight of former sparring partners and club colleagues Francis Ngannou and Cyril Gane. This fight will decide the heavyweight champion. Both fighters are in fantastic form. In the last five matches, Ngannou has knocked out and severely injured everyone who came out of his cage, and these are not just any names, all champions and heavyweight elite fighters, starting with Curtis Blaydes, Cain Velasquez, Junior Dos Santos, Jairzinho, and finally Stipe Miocic. Miocic was the only one to survive the first round; the others all fell in the first 100 seconds. This data tells what a force Predator Ngannou is!
But if anyone knows and can stop Ngannou and his destructive style, it is Ghana, which is undefeated in its career. Speaking of career, Cyril hasn’t lost a match in either MMA, kickboxing, or Muay Thai! Perfect! As for MMA, he has a score of 10-0, but the last four fights are especially impressive for him, where he dominated and controlled every opponent with movements and perfect distance. Against Ngannou, he will need luck and maximum concentration for all 25 minutes. On the big stage, the whole world is waiting to see who better baked the craft at the MMA Factory in Paris while they trained together, and who will be the heavyweight champion? Even the world’s best betting sites are not particularly sure when to favor and how much.
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Moreno vs. Figueiredoa
The second fight for the title is the fight for the champion in the flyweight category, between old acquaintances, champions Brandon Moreno and Deiveson Figueiredo. This is their third match; the first match ended in a draw, although Figueiredoa had one negative point due to consecutive kicks under the belt, which cost him the title, while in the second match held in June 2021, Moreno won with “rear-naked choke. ” Both fighters cleared the category, and the third match was the only option.
It can be said that Figueiredo was left without a victory in the first match due to his carelessness, and he was better, while in the second match, Moreno was the one who deservedly won. In the fans and fighters’ minds, this duel is 1-1; for the weekend, we will see who is better! Our experts will prepare quality UFC free tips for you.
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UFC 270 – Other Fights
Since he was left without a fight last weekend, we are watching the spectacular Michael Pereira in the Octagon again this weekend! This time, his opponent is the Portuguese fighter Andre Fialho, making his UFC debut. Although the debutant Fialho proved to be a brave and strong fighter in various world promotions, where he achieved good results. Certainly, Pereira will have a challenging task, especially since he has been on the seesaw for the past two weeks, whether he will fight or not, which has had a lot of effect on focus, training and weight loss. And Fialho has nothing to lose; he can only gain.
And for the end of the main part of the program, a treat for all grappling fans. One of the best grapplers in the world, eight-time world champion Rodolfo Vieira, is entering the UFC Octagon for the fifth time. A man who has 100 wins in his 110 grappling matches! His opponent is also a Brazilian, a black belt in BJJ, Wellington Thurman. Unlike Vieira, who is looking for a fight on the ground floor, Thurman has adapted his BJJ style to MMA, and many of his fights end with a knockout. But we believe that we will still be outwitted on the ground floor, and we will see who will do better there.