UFC: “Collision”, the RMC Sport film before the Ngannou-Gane shock

With “Collision”, RMC Sport offers 34 minutes of film to present the French Ciryl Gane and the Cameroonian world heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou, the two incredible fighters who will face off on the night of 22 to 23 January for the most anticipated UFC fight of the year (to follow live and exclusively on RMC Sport 2).

These two combat sports phenomena have nothing to do with each other. They do not have the same direction, not the same goal. But life will lead them to the same man, the same small room, a sport they did not know. One advances by force, the other by finesse. At the end of their road, in the suburbs of Los Angeles, the destinies of this star in the United States and this virtual stranger in his own country will definitely collide.

The French Ciryl Gane and Cameroonian world champion Francis Ngannou face off on the night of to 23 January for the UFC heavyweight throne. On this occasion, RMC Sport, broadcaster of what is one of the biggest events in the history of combat sports for France, unveils “Collision”, the shocking film of this incredible pre-fight.

“We couldn’t do better”Ciryl Gane has been practicing MMA for only four years. This gifted man has never lost an official fight, whether in the UFC or in his former sport, muay-thai. Like a meteorite, the one nicknamed “Bon Gamin” landed in the octagon and left his opponents no chance. To become “the strongest man in the world”, he will therefore have to beat Francis Ngannou. Former homeless in the streets of Paris, the Cameroonian rose to the top and brought down the UFC with knockouts .

“The Predator”, arrogant, announced his victory by KO in the first two rounds. The Frenchman, quick and complete, thinks his opponent won’t go the distance. The two former sparring partners know each other well after working together for some time before their long-awaited reunion. “If there is someone who was to write this story as a screenwriter or a director, we could not do better”, thus commented Fernand Lopez, current coach of Gane… and former coach of Ngannou.