UFC Paris live stream results, Gane vs. Tuivasa play-by-play updates

UFC Paris Live Results and Playback Updates: Heavyweight injuries Ciryl Gane and Tai Tuivasa will make their Paris, France debut today (Saturday, September 3, 2022) via the Accor Arena on ESPN+, a 12-fight MMA card that also features former champion Robert A middleweight co-main event between Whittaker and former title challenger Marvin Vittori. Fans in the U.S. will adjust earlier today as the UFC Paris “preliminaries” begin. noon ESTthen the main card action 3 p.m. ET. Lightweight veterans Nasrat Haqparast and John Makdessi will make a lasting impression on the Gay Paree live audience, and soon, featherweights Jarno Errens and William Gomis — late (and local) additions to the UFC Paris fight card — Step into the Octagon debuts in their respective combat sports careers.

live!Live UFC Paris on ESPN+

Key Heavyweight Clash! The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will take place on Saturday, August 30, 2022 in Paris, France, in the first-ever pivotal battle between the No. 1 heavyweight contenders to end at No. 1 Cyril Gan Looking forward to returning to the title race at the expense of the third-seeded knockout artist, Tetuvasa. The top two middleweights on the roster in the UFC Paris co-main event, Robert Whitaker and Marvin VittoriThe horn will be locked, and the winner may win another future appointment with the division kingpin, Adesanya, Israel.

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Remember, we’ll also provide updates, recaps, and post-match analysis after “Gane vs. Tuivasa.” Without further ado, see UFC Paris updated results below. (Note: this will work from the bottom up; so scroll to the bottom to see the latest detailed turn-by-turn action).

UFC Paris Quick Results:

Ciryl Gane vs. Tai Tuivasa
Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vittori
Joaquin Barkley vs. Nasuldine Imavov
Alessio Di Chirico vs. Roman Kopilov
Nasrat Haqparast vs. John Makdessi
Arnold Ellens vs. William Gomis
Charles Jourdain vs. Nathaniel Wood
Abusupiyan Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfus
Fares Ziam def Michal Figlak – decision, unanimous, 30-27 x2, 29-28
Benoit Saint-Denis def. Gabriel Miranda – TKO, punch, road. 2 0:16 — watch the highlights
Christian Quinones def. Khalid Taha — TKO, punch, road. 1 3:15 — watch the highlights
Stephanie Egger defines. Ailin Perez – Submission, Naked Choke, Road. 2 4:54 — Watch the highlights!

UFC Paris Live:

265 lbs: Ciryl Gane and Tai Tuivasa

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185 pounds: Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vittori

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185 lbs: Joaquin Barkley vs. Nasuldine Imavov

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185 pounds: Alessio Di Chirico and Roman Kopylov

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155 lbs: Nasrat Haqparast vs. John Makdessi

Round 1: Haqparast in red, Makdessi in black. The feeling process of the two men started very early. Neither dropped much in the first 90 seconds. The crowd became a little anxious, and Haqparast reassured them with his left hand. Left kick after a few seconds. “Bull” kicks and body. Haqparast quick 1-2. Aside from some exciting kicks, Makdessi didn’t really achieve much.

10-9 Haqparast in slow-paced rounds

Round 2: Haqparast counters with sharp left and right kicks. The body-head-body of Haqparast and Makdessi leaks near the eyebrows. Aside from the occasional shot, John couldn’t really land, mostly slaps that didn’t land flush. Haqparast grabbed Makdessi in and dropped him with his left hand. Makdessi recovers quickly, and he’s back on his feet without taking any undue damage. We got back to the original momentum where Makdessi came forward but couldn’t deal with Haqparast’s footwork. Nasrat waved his right hand, causing Mark Desi to pause for a moment.

10-9 Hackpalast

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145 pounds: Arno Ellens vs. William Gomis

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145 pounds: Charles Jourdain and Nathaniel Wood

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185 lbs: Abusupiyan Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfus

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155 lbs: Michal Figlak and Fares Ziam

Round 1: Figuera in red, Ziam in black. Figlak got aggressive and started kicking and punching very early. Ziam has a solid counter. Ziam’s right hand is big and Figlak is the main block. Ziam kicks. Left hook as well. and a jab. Figlak tried to descend and couldn’t get it, but Ziam could, and he immediately went into side control. However, not in great control, Figuerak wriggled to his feet. Now get back on their feet and they’re in public. Figlak has a good right to the body. Elbow from Ziam. They grit their teeth. 90 seconds left. Ziam attempted another lock body disassembly, but Figuerak had a powerful whistle and stood up immediately. Figlak worked for one of his own but was reversed and took the lead. He poses slightly and elbows Figlak open, but the space allows Michal to spin for a boom attempt. He can’t get it.

10-9 Ziam

Round 2: Start with a good exchange between both parties. Ziam tried to delete again, but couldn’t get it. Back to the swing, not much landing cleaning. Ziam had a double blast, transitioned to a single…couldn’t get it, but now he just lifts Figlak and dumps him. Figlak attempted a leg attack to gain some space, but unable to gain space, Ziam swooped down to make sure he stayed. Ziam worked on it but couldn’t suppress Figlak. He gets up and swings. Figlak’s right hand, Ziam’s knee. Figlak attempted another knockout and Ziam spun with a swiveling elbow on the break. This leaves Figlak wobbly and Ziam looking for an end. Can’t get it. Ziam was trying, got the mount, but couldn’t do anything until the end of the round, and Figlak survived.

10-9 Ziam

Round 3: Ziam’s big kick stops Figlak’s forward momentum. He changed positions and recovered enough to hit a nice hook. Figlak works hard to knock down the fence and get it. Ziam posted and got up after about 5 seconds. As pointed out in the comments, Figlak has been persistent. Ziam’s knee jammed the TD attempt again. He tried one of his own and got pick and dump. Ziam defended in two minutes. Figlak turns around to find a handrail, can’t get it, and goes back to the guard. Figlak wriggled and stood up. Ziam’s shot was so bad, Figuerak just stepped back and immediately jumped on his back. Big moment for Figlak here. Sweaty, Ziam managed to escape from the mount behind, but he remained on the mount. Figlak works for something, anything, but Figlak channeled his inner Derrick Lewis and just beast mode off the mount by sitting with Figlak!

It’s almost time, we’re going to meet the judges.

10-9 Ziam

Final result: Ziam def. Figlak by decision, unanimous (30-27 x2, 29-28)


155 pounds: Benoit Saint-Denis vs. Gabriel Miranda

Round 1: Hometown St. Denis is in blue, while Brazilian Miranda is in black. St Denis kicked his body almost immediately, and Miranda responded with a knockout. Saint Denis changed his position, but stood up for Miranda. They’re swaggering right now. Saint Denis uses a spinning back punch that Miranda dodges and knocks him down. Saint Denis managed to get into him, and he stood up. Miranda dropped a few shots and St. Denis looked a little shocked. St Denis answered with another spinning back punch and Miranda answered with another knockout. Again, the scramble, they’re back.

Now Saint Denis was shot down and landed some GNP. However, he stepped back a little and they were quick enough to get the referee up. They swung recklessly and St Denis knocked Miranda down with a big left hand. Saint Denis followed, with a large left hand on the ground. The tempo slowed down a bit, but Saint Denis still delivered some nice blows to the now bloody Miranda here. Miranda created some space, and now they’re back.Saint Denis and other After a series of punches and kicks, Miranda wobbled…to the ground. However, the round was over before Saint Denis attempted to finish.

10-9 Saint Denis

Round 2: Well, that was academic. Miranda apparently did not recover and St Denis knocked him out in the first exchange. Huge victory for French MMA.

Final result: Benoit Saint-Denis def.Miranda passes TKO, punches and kicks


135 pounds: Khalid Taha and Cristian Quinonez

Round 1: Quinonez in green, Taha in grey. Quinonez takes center stage, but isn’t very aggressive early on. Taha is throwing some, but has been unable to find the range. Nice kick from Quinones. Taha throws an uppercut forward. Enter right. Quinonez poked with a frozen rope. Quinonez has a huge counter to his right that stuns and drops Taha. Quinonez pounced with another right and the referee stopped Taha’s protest.

Final result: Quinonez def. Taha via Tseung Kwan O, punch


145 pounds: Erin Perez vs. Stephanie Egger

First round: Perez blue, Egger red. No contact gloves. Perez tried to pounce, but Iger, a judo veteran, turned her over and switched positions to defender. A bit of a fight for north and south. Elbow from a Swiss fighter. Perez prawns a bit and gets closer to the cage, but is still at a disadvantage. side control. Perez rolled and ran on one leg… was knocked down, but Iger was back in seconds. Perez tried to throw the hips, but couldn’t. Now, Iger performs a head and arm toss where she regains her footing. She places her short elbow directly on her head. Perez turned and stood up. 30 seconds left. Perez swings and hits a good shot, but then rushes into the end of the game.

10-9 Iger

Round 2: Between rounds, we can hear Perez’s corner telling her to stop fighting. The technical difficulties knocked me out in the first minute of the game and I came back to see Perez knocked out despite her corner-kick advice. She came out on top and earned some GNP. Egger manages to free her hips and kneel. She stood up, and now Perez was clutching the cage. The result was a bit stagnant, giving commentator Mike Bisping the opportunity to use his poor French accent. Egg’s solid trip disappointed Perez. Iger now has her back and is looking for a naked choke. Perez tried to use a tripod to pull Iger off her back, but he managed to get it under control. She put her arm under her chin…with about 6 seconds left, she got the tap!

Final result: Egger def. Submitted by Perez, RNC – Watch the highlights!


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