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Best bets for the next UFC Fight Night event in Paris, including betting odds and suggestions from industry experts

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Today is the day of the UFC Paris event, and the main attractions will be the French superstar Ciryl Gane and the rising Moldovan star Sergey Spivak. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is returning to France for the first time since Cincy Gane’s resounding victory over Tai Tuivasa in September of last year. The event, which takes place in Paris, will include a large number of bouts.

Who then is the favorite to take first place? In particular, who are some of the other competitors on the main card that are projected to come out on top? UFC Paris, one of the lower-profile events of the year, hasn’t received the press and attention that it certainly deserves. This is largely due to the fact that UFC 293 will take place the following weekend, which has cast a shadow over the event.

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Fortunately, some of the most well-known competitors in mixed martial arts (MMA) shared their predictions for the winners of the next three bouts on the night. First up is the main event, which pits former interim heavyweight champion Ciryl Gane against Sergey Spivak, who is currently on a three-fight winning streak. Spivak has finished all three of his previous fights.

Both the former light heavyweight champion Jan Bachowicz and the one-time interim bantamweight championship challenger Cory Sandhagen think the Moldovan sensation will triumph in this fight. The welterweight striking wonder Stephen Thompson, on the other hand, is of the opinion that Ciryl Gane’s footwork and punching will be too smooth for his opponent.

Paul Craig, who also feels that ‘Bon Gamin’s’ movement and kickboxing will harm Spivak, had the same perspective as the previous person. Gerald Meerschaert, on the other hand, is not of the same opinion and believes that Spivak possesses sufficient grappling talent to take Gane down. Chris Daukaus is in agreement with you on this point as well.

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Francis Marshall and Modestas Bukauskas are two other people who are optimistic about Sergey Spivak’s prospects. Ciryl Gane is favored to prevail, according to fighters like as Geoff Neal, Caio Machado, Dustin Jacoby, Evan Elder, Tanner Boser, Thiago Moisés (who is competing at UFC Paris), and Renato Moicano, among others.

Renato Moicano, in particular, is of the opinion that after suffering such an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Jon Jones, in which Ciryl Gane was submitted within of two minutes, the Frenchman would most certainly have been working on his takedown defense. In addition, the Brazilian offered some commentary on the co-main event that took place at UFC Paris.

Rose Namajunas will be making her debut at flyweight, and while Renato Moicano recognizes her title history, he feels that she will be too little to compete against Manon Fiorot. Manon Fiorot is 10-1 on a 10-fight win run, including two victories over bantamweights Mayra Bueno Silva and Katlyn Chookagian. Rose Namajunas will be fighting Manon Fiorot.

Renato Moicano admits that he may be influenced in his assessment of the third-to-last fight between Thiago Moisés and Benoit Saint-Denis due to the fact that Thiago Moisés is both a buddy and a fellow Brazilian. Benoit Saint-Denis is also Brazilian. Despite this, he is confident that his fellow countryman who is lighter will prevail.

According to him, Moisés’ grappling abilities and experience will give him an advantage over Saint-Denis, who is primarily a striker while being a relatively inexperienced fighter. However, he is aware that the battle will be challenging since Saint-Denis will be motivated to perform well because it will take place in Saint-Denis, thus he does not anticipate that Moisés would complete the fight.

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