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

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UFC Paris live stream results and play-by-play updatesHeavyweight Injuries Ciryl Gane and Tai Tuivasa lead the charge for the promotion’s debut in Paris, France, via Accor Arena on ESPN+ today (September 3, 2022), a 12-fight MMA card that also includes the middleweight co-main event between former champion Robert Whittaker and ex-title challenger Marvin Vettori. United States fans are tuning in early today as the UFC Paris “Prelims” kick off at afternoon ETfollowed by main card action at 3 p.m. ET. Lightweight veterans Nasrat Haqparast and John Makdessi will try to leave a lasting impression for live spectators at Gay Paree, not long after featherweight powerhouses Jarno Errens and William Gomis – a late (and local) addition to the UFC Paris fight map – step inside the Octagon for the first time in their respective martial arts careers.

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IMPORTANT HEAVYWEIGHT CLASH! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will face Paris, France, on Saturday, August 30, 2022, for the first time ever in a pivotal battle between heavyweight contenders who will see the No. 1 Ciryl Gane look to get back in the title chase at the expense of the No. 3 placed knockout artist, Tai Tuivasa. In the co-main event of UFC Paris, the top two middleweight contenders on the roster, Robert Whittaker and Marvin Vettoriwill lock the horns, with the winner possibly earning another future date with division kingpin, Israel Adesanya.

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Please note that we will also be the place to be for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after “Gane vs. Tuivasa.” See without further delay below for the 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:

Cyryl Gane vs. Tai Tuivasa
Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vettori
Joaquin Buckley vs. Nassourdine Imavovi
Alessio DiChirico vs. Roman Kopylov
Nasrat Haqparast vs. John Makdessia
Jarno Errens vs. William Gomis
Charles Jourdain vs. Nathaniel Wood
Abusupiyan Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfus
Rates Ziam beats Michal Figlak — Decision, unanimous, 30-27 x2, 29-28
Benoit beats Saint-Denis. Gabriel Miranda – TKO, punches, Rd. 2 0:16 — VIEW HIGHLIGHTS
Cristian Quinonez beats. Khalid Taha — TKO, punches, Rd. 1 3:15 — VIEW HIGHLIGHTS
Stephanie Egger def. Ailin Perez – Submission, rear-naked choke, Rd. 2 4:54 — VIEW HIGHLIGHTS!

UFC PARIS LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY:

265 lbs.: Ciryl Gane vs. Tai Tuivasa

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185 lbs.: Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vettori

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185 lbs.: Joaquin Buckley vs. Nassourdine Imavovi

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185 lbs.: Alessio Di Chirico vs. Roman Kopylov

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155 lbs.: Nasrat Haqparast vs. John Makdessia

Round 1: Haqparast in red, Makdessi in black. Feeling-out process of both men early. Not much fell from either man in the first 90 seconds. Crowd gets a little anxious and Haqparast softens them with a left hand. A left kick a few seconds later. The “Bull” kicks to the leg and body. Haqparast with a quick 1-2. Makdessi didn’t really land much significantly other than some snappy kicks.

10-9 Haqparast in a slow lap

Round 2: Haqparast counters a kick with a sharp left-right. Body-head-body of Haqparast and Makdessi is leaking at the eyebrow. John isn’t really able to land much other than occasional shots, mostly punching kicks that don’t land flush. Haqparast catches Makdessi entering and drops him with the left. Makdessi recovers quickly and is back on his feet without really taking any undue damage. We’re back to Makdessi’s original momentum emerging, but we can’t handle Haqparast’s footwork. Nasrat cracks a right overhand that makes Makdessi pause.

10-9 Haqparast

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145 lbs.: Jarno Errens vs. William Gomis

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145 lbs.: Charles Jourdain vs. Nathaniel Wood

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185 lbs.: Abusupiyan Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfus

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155 lbs.: Michal Figlak vs. Fares Ziam

Round 1: Figlak in red, Ziam in black. Figlak starts out aggressively and makes good kicks and punches early on. Ziam with a solid counter. Ziam with a big right hand that Figlak usually blocks. Leg kick from Ziam. Left hook too. And a prick. Figlak with a takedown attempt, can’t get it, but Ziam can and he immediately has side control. Not a great check, however, and Figlak squirms in a standing up. Stand back now and they are out in the open. Good right to Figlak’s body. Ziam’s elbow. They clients. 90 seconds to go. Ziam tries to knock down another bodylock, but Figlak has a strong whiz and stands up immediately. Figlak works for one of his own, but is reversed and on top. He sits down for a bit and lands an elbow that cleaves Figlak, but the space allows Michal to turn for an armbar attempt. He can’t get it.

10-9 Ziam

Round 2: Good exchanges of both men to start. Ziam tries another takedown but can’t get it. Back to swinging, not much landing clean. Ziam with a blast-double, transition to a single… don’t get it, but now he just lifts Figlak and dumps him. Figlak tries a leg strike to get some space, but he can’t and Ziam crashes to make sure he stays down. Ziam works on top, but can’t stop Figlak. He stands up and waves. Right hand of Figlak, knee of Ziam. Figlak attempted another takedown, Ziam with a twisting elbow on the break of the clinch. That wobbles Figlak and Ziam chases a finish. I can’t get it. Ziam tries, gets a horse, but can’t do anything with it before the round ends and Figlak survives.

10-9 Ziam

Round 3: A great leg kick from Ziam stops Figlak’s forward momentum. He changes stance and recovers enough to land a nice hook. Figlak works for a takedown against the fence and gets it. Ziam posts and runs out in about 5 seconds. As the commentary points out, Figlak continues to clash. Knee of Ziam stuffing the TD attempt again. He tries one himself and gets the pick up and dump. Ziam at the top on full hold with two minutes. Figlak turns for an armbar, can’t reach it, back to watch. Figlak squirms and stands up. Ziam with a really bad shot that Figlak just steps from and then immediately jumps on his back. Huge moment for Figlak here. Ziam is sweaty and manages to escape from the back mountain, but he is still on horseback. Figlak tries his best for anything, anything, but Figlak channels his inner Derrick Lewis and plain beast mode makes its way out of the mountain by sitting up with Figlak on him!

The time is almost up and we go to the jury.

10-9 Ziam

End result: Ziam beats. Figlak by decision, Unanimous (30-27 x2, 29-28)


155 lbs.: Benoit Saint Denis vs. Gabriel Miranda

Round 1: Huge doll for the hometown of St. Denis in blue, while Brazilian Miranda is in black. St. Denis with a body kick almost immediately, and Miranda replies with a takedown. St. Denis turns, but stands up and leaves Miranda upright. They are swinging a lot now. St. Denis with a spinning backfist that ducks and knocks Miranda down. St. Denis manages to turn against him and he stands up. Miranda takes a few shots and St. Denis looks a little stunned. St. Denis replies with another spinning backfist, to which Miranda replies with another takedown. Again, the scramble and they are back up.

Now St. Denis gets a takedown and lands some BNP. However, he backs up a bit and they remain standing enough for the ref to get them up. They swing with reckless abandon and St. Denis lands a BIG left hand knocking Miranda down. St. Denis with some follow up and a big left hand on the ground. The pace slows down a bit, but St. Denis still lands some good attacks here on a now bloody Miranda. Miranda creates some space and now they are upstairs again. St. Denis with another series of punches and Miranda wobbles… and falls. However, the round ends before St. Denis can attempt to make it to the finish.

10-9 St. Dennis

Round 2: Well, that was academic. Miranda clearly hadn’t recovered and St. Denis knocks him out in the first exchange. Big win for French MMA.

End result: beats Benoit Saint-Denis. Miranda via TKO, punches


135 lbs.: Khalid Taha vs. Cristian Quinonez

Round 1: Quinonez in green, Taha in gray. Quinonez takes the middle cage but isn’t very aggressive early on. Taha throws something, but can’t find the range. Good leg kick from Quinonez. Taha swings forward with swinging hooks. Comes into law. Quinonez with a frozen rope from a prick. Quinonez with a huge counter on the right that stuns and drops Taha. Quinonez pounces with another right, and the ref resists Taha’s protests.

End result: Quinonez beats. Taha via TKO, punches


145 lbs.: Ailin Perez vs. Stephanie Egger

Round 1: Perez in blue, Egger in red. No touch of gloves. Perez tries to take out, but the judo vet Egger rolls her over and then shifts like a guard. Slightly clambering north-south. Elbow of the Swiss fighter. Perez shrimp a little and comes close to the cage, but still in a bad position. Side control. Perez rolls and goes for a single leg…gets the takedown, but Egger is back on his feet in seconds. Perez tries a hip throw, but doesn’t get it. Now Egger manages to throw a head-and-arm throw and she’s back on top. She lands short elbows directly on the head. Perez turns and stands up again. 30 seconds left. Perez swings and hits a good one, but then rushes into the clinch, where the round ends.

10-9 Egger

Round 2: In between rounds, we could hear the corner of Perez telling her to stop wrestling. Technical issues cost me the first minute of the round and I return to watch Perez land a takedown against her corner’s advice. She is at the top and gets some GNP in. Egger manages to free her hips and get to her knees. She is awake and now has Perez clamped to the cage. This clinch falters quite a bit and this gives commentator Mike Bisping a chance to do his awful French accent. Egger’s solid journey takes Perez down. Egger now has her back and is chasing the posterior naked choke. Perez tries to get up and get Egger off her back, but has a firm control to keep it. She puts her arm under the chin… and gets the tap with about 6 seconds to go!

End result: Egger beats. Perez via filing, RNC — VIEW HIGHLIGHTS!


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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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