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UFC Paris Card Headlined by Ciryl Gane and Serghei Spivac on Sept. 2

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Ciryl Gane is set to take center stage once again as he headlines the second UFC Paris card, squaring off against Serghei Spivac in the main event on Sept. 2.

The announcement was made by UFC officials this Thursday. In the previous UFC Paris event, Gane also held the limelight when he overpowered Tai Tuivasa in a fiercely contested match that ended with Gane, the French heavyweight, clinching a third-round knockout. This triumph granted him the “Fight of the Night” accolade.

Subsequently, Gane threw his hat in the ring for the vacant UFC heavyweight title but suffered a swift loss to Jon Jones at UFC 285 in March.

In his September comeback, Gane is looking to rekindle his title pursuit.

On the other hand, 28-year-old Moldovan fighter Serghei Spivac has been making waves with three successive victories, the most recent being a submission win against Derrick Lewis in February. Spivac’s winning roster also boasts victories over Greg Hardy, Augusto Sakai, and Aleksei Oleinik.

Given the consecutive cards in September, the UFC’s revisit to Paris hints at a potential annual tradition.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about UFC Paris Card

Who will headline the UFC Paris card on Sept. 2?

Ciryl Gane and Serghei Spivac will headline the UFC Paris card on Sept. 2.

Did Ciryl Gane previously headline a UFC event in Paris?

Yes, Ciryl Gane headlined the previous UFC Paris card, where he won the “Fight of the Night” honor for his third-round knockout of Tai Tuivasa.

What is Ciryl Gane’s recent track record?

After his victory in UFC Paris, Ciryl Gane made an attempt for the vacant UFC heavyweight title. However, he suffered a quick defeat to Jon Jones at UFC 285 in March.

Who is Serghei Spivac?

Serghei Spivac is a 28-year-old fighter from Moldova who has been on a successful streak with three consecutive wins, including a submission victory over Derrick Lewis.

Could UFC Paris become an annual event?

Given the consecutive cards in September, it’s possible that UFC’s return to Paris could become an annual event.

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