‘Lazy Warlord’ Cyril Garne. Less training, but prepared differently against Jon Jones – UFC Heavyweight

Former UFC heavyweight interim champion Cyril Garne. He looked like he was going straight to the heavyweight championship with his best technicians, but was defeated by Francis Ngannou in his first title fight.

After losing to Ngannou, the evaluation of Gane changed a bit. They said there was a limit because there was not one room. It was true that she had a lot of judging for a heavyweight.

He was evaluated as a genius fighter, skillfully cooking heavyweight sluggers such as Derrick Lewis, but he was judged three times out of six UFC fights.

But in September of last year, he overshadowed the public criticism by knocking out Tuivas three times, and was dropped as the first heavyweight match against former light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.

It ‘s Jones’ first time in the octagon in over three years and his first time at heavyweight. Still, Jon Jones is the top dog. It’s a bad prospect for Cyril Gane, but he said ‘it could be enough’ but ‘the result will be different’.

In a recent interview with 메이저놀이터a French media outlet, he revealed that he would ‘prepare with no regrets’.

“I like grappling. But I’m lazy. That’s true, but regrettable. I started training after the fight was announced. It was the same with the fight with Tuivas, and I went on a break right after the fight was over.”

However, as rumors of a confrontation with Jon Jones came out, the break ended earlier than other times. I didn’t train for a while after the match against Tuivas, but I started preparing right away.

An aide to Gane revealed that “The match against Jones will be a match in which Gane prepares the most to advance to the Octagon.”

Gane is a fast-growing heavyweight top speedman. After 5 straight UFC wins, he challenged Francis Ngannou for the title, but lost by decision. He wasn’t bad at fighting, but when he met a strong opponent, he flinched and was devalued.

Gane is determined to overturn that evaluation and is determined to show a different side of himself in the fight against Jones.

On March 5, at UFC 285, Gane will battle Jon Jones for the heavyweight title that Ngannou returned when he left the UFC.

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