UFC Fight Night: Gane vs Tuivasa Results

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The French lightweight showed a little bit of everything, hurting Figlak on the feet with long strikes and spinning attacks, battering his lead leg with heavy kicks, and significantly improved grappling, controlling the fight in every facet. Though he slowed down a little in the final frame, the damage was already done, and Ziam still got the best of things, closing out his best UFC performance to date in top position.

This was a great rebound win for the 25-year-old “Smile Killer,” who moves to 3-2 inside the Octagon and 12-4 overall with the victory. As for Figlak, he falls from the ranks of the unbeaten, moving to 8-1 with the loss.

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