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UFC Paris Live Stream Results, Gane vs. Tuivasa Play-by-play Update

UFC Paris Live stream results and commentary updates: Heavyweights Ciryl Gane and Tai Tuivasa take on former champion Robert Whittaker in a 12-fight MMA card in Paris, France, today (Saturday, September 3, 2022) via ESPN+’s Accor Arena. Middleweight co-main event with former title challenger Marvin Vettori. US fans tune in early today as UFC Paris ‘qualifiers’ begin noon ESTfollowed by the main card action 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard TimeLightweight veterans Nasrat Hakpalast and John McDessi are on the heels of featherweight bruisers Jarno Ellens and William Gomis (recent (and local) additions to the UFC Paris fight card) on Gay Seeking to leave a lasting impression on the live audience in Paris. Octagon for the first time in their respective combat sports careers.

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Pivotal Heavyweight Clash! The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) hits Paris, France on Saturday, August 30, 2022, with the pivotal fight between top-ranked heavyweight contenders for the first time. Cyril Gain Hoping to return to the title chase at the expense of the 3rd seed knockout artist, Thai Tuibasa. At the co-main event of UFC Paris, the top two middleweight contenders on the roster Robert Whittaker When Marvin Vettorilock the horns and the winner could win another future date with the division’s champion. Israel Adesanya.

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MMAmania.com Provides overall live round-by-round, blow-to-blow coverage UFC Paris The following fight cards, ESPN+ “Qualifying” matches will be played at 12:00 PM ET, followed by ESPN+ The main card start time is 3:00 PM ET.Bet on all the UFC Paris action with your friends at DraftKings Sportsbook right here.

Also, keep in mind that following “Gane vs. Tuivasa” will be a spot for breaking news, recaps, and post-fight analysis. Without further delay, see below for updated UFC Paris results. (Note: This goes from bottom to top, so scroll down for the latest detailed round-by-round action).

UFC Paris Quick Results:

Cyril Gaine vs. Tai Tuibasa
Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vettori
Joaquin Buckley vs. Nasoddin Imabov
Alessio Di Chirico vs. Roman Kopylov
Nasrat Hakpalast vs. John McDessi
Jarno Ellens vs. William Gomis
Charles Jourdain vs. Nathaniel Wood
Abspyan Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfuss
Fares Ziam Def Michal Figlak — decision, unanimous, 30-27 x2, 29-28
Benoit Saint Denis diff. Gabriel Miranda — TKO, Punch, Rd. 2 0:16 — see the highlights
Christian Quinones Def. Khalid Taha — TKO, Punch, Rd. 1 3:15 — see the highlights
Def by Stephanie Egger. Ailin Perez — submission, rear naked choke, Rd. 2 4:54 — See highlights!

UFC PARIS LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY:

265 lbs.: Cyril Gaine vs. Tai Tsuibasa

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185 lbs.: Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vettori

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£185: Joaquin Buckley vs. Nasoddin Imavov

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£185: Alessio Di Chirico vs. Roman Kopylov

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155 lbs.: Nasrat Haqparast vs. John Makdessi

Round 1: Red Hakpalast, Black McDessi. Feeling process from both men early on. In his first 90 seconds, there wasn’t much to land from either man. Hakpalast soothes the crowd with his left hand. Left kick after a few seconds. The “bull” kicks its legs and body. A quick 1-2 Hakupalast. McDessi doesn’t really land anything all that significant, other than a few peppy kicks.

10-9 Hakpalast in slower paced rounds

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145 lbs.: Jarno Ellens vs. William Gomis

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£145: Charles Jourdain vs. Nathaniel Wood

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185 lbs: Abspian Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfs

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155 lbs.: Michal Figluck vs. Fares Ziam

Round 1: Figlac in red, Ziam in black. Figlak starts off aggressively, landing good kicks and punches early on. Zaam has a solid counter. Giam with a big right hand that Figlac mostly blocks. Jiam’s leg kick. Also a left hook. and jab. Figluck, who attempted a takedown, can’t get it, but Ziam is able to get it, and he immediately goes into side control. increase. As I stand now, they are open. A good right to the body by Figlak. Giam’s elbow. they clinch. 90 seconds left. Ziam attempts another bodylock his takedown, but Figlak has a strong wither and gets up quickly. Figlak works with one of his own, but flips and is on top. He straightens up a bit and lands an elbow that splits Figlac, but the space allows Miharu to spin for an armbar attempt.

10-9 Giam

Round 2: Good exchanges from both men to start. Ziam tries another takedown but fails to get. Back to the swing, not many clean landings. Giam goes to blast doubles, singles… I don’t understand, but now he’s picking up Figlucks and throwing them away. Figluck tries a leg attack to gain space, but can’t get it, and Giam jumps down to make sure he’s down. But you can’t hold back Figlac. he’s standing up and swinging Right hand from Figlak, knee from Ziam. Figlak attempted another takedown and Ziam spun his elbow on the break from the clinch to his back. That leaves Figlak teetering and Ziam looking for the finish. I can’t take it. Ziam tries to mount, but he can’t do anything before the round ends and Figlak survives.

10-9 Giam

Round 3: A nice leg kick from Ziam stops Figlak’s forward momentum. He switches stances and recovers enough to land a nice hook. Figluck performs a takedown against the fence and retrieves it. Posted by Ziam and up in about 5 seconds. Figluck continues to punch into the clinch, as the commentary points out. Ziam’s Knee repacking TD’s attempt. He looks for his stuff and gets a pickup and a dump. Giam takes the lead with full guard at 2 minutes. Figlac rotates the armbar, fails to get it, and returns to guard. Figlac twists to his feet. Giam hit a very bad shot. Big moment for Figlac here. Ziam, drenched in sweat, manages to escape from his mount back, but is still mounted. Figluck tries hard for something, but Figluck channels his inner Derrick Lewis, and Beast Mode can break out of his mount just by sitting on Figluck!

Time is almost up.

10-9 Giam

Final result: Figlac by decision, unanimous (30-27 x2, 29-28)


£155: Benoît Saint-Denis vs. Gabriel Miranda

Round 1: Miranda is blue from Saint-Denis and Brazilian is black. St. Dennis landed a body kick almost immediately and Miranda responded with a takedown. St. Dennis reverses his position, but gets up and gets Miranda to wake up. They’re rocking big now. St. Dennis with a spinning backfist Miranda bends over and knocks him down. St. Denis managed to turn towards him and he got up. St. Denis looks a little surprised when Miranda fires a few shots. St. Dennis answers with another spinning backfist, and Miranda answers with another takedown. Again, scrambled and they came back.

Now St. Denis has taken down and is gaining GNP. However, he backed off a bit and stalled enough for the referee to get to his feet. They swing with a reckless abandon and St. Denis lands a big left hand that knocks Miranda down.The pace slows down a bit, but Saint-Denis still manages to get a bloody Miranda some good shots here. Miranda has created some space and is now back again. another A series of punches and Miranda wobbles…and down. However, the round ends before St. Denis attempts to finish.

10-9 Saint Denis

Round 2: Well, it was academic. Miranda clearly didn’t recover and St. Denis knocked him out in the first exchange. A huge win for French MMA.

Final Result: Benoît Saint-Denis def. Miranda TKO, Punch


135 lbs.: Khalid Taha vs. Christian Quinones

Round 1: Quinonez in green, Taha in gray. Quinonez takes his cage at center but is less aggressive early on. Taha throws some but couldn’t find range. Taha pushes the swing hook forward. he goes right Quinones with the frozen rope of the jab. Quinones with a huge right counter that stuns and drops Taha. Quinones swoops in with another right and the referee stops it to Taha’s protests.

Final Result: Quinones Def. TKO, Taha with punches


145 lbs.: Aileen Perez vs. Stephanie Egger

Round 1: Perez in blue, Egger in red. No touch of gloves. Perez attempts a takedown, but judoka Egger flips her over and transfers her position to guard. A bit of a north-south scramble. Swiss fighter elbow. Perez crouches slightly and approaches the cage, but is still in a bad position. side control. Perez rolls, goes for a single leg… gets a takedown, but Egger comes back in seconds. Perez tries a hip toss, but it doesn’t work. Now Egger has managed his head and arm toss and is back on top. She’s landing her short elbows directly on her head. Perez turns and stands up. 30 seconds left. Perez swings and hits a good one, but rushes into the clinch where the round ends.

10-9 Egger

Round 2: Between rounds, I heard a voice telling me to stop grappling in Perez’s corner. A technical issue cost him the first minute of the round, and we came back to see Perez score a takedown against corner advice. She is top and in GNP. Egger managed to free his hips and kneel. She got up and secured her Perez to the cage. This clinch stalls considerably, giving commentator Mike Bisping a chance to do his terrible French accent.A solid trip from Egger brings Perez down. Egger has her back turned and aims for the rear naked choke. Perez sets up a tripod and tries to get Egger on his back, but he maintains it with firm control. She slides her arm under her chin and gets a tap with about 6 seconds left.

Final result: Egger def. Perez by Submission, RNC — See highlights!


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