Ciryl Gane says he’s no longer in a rush to fight for the belt after loss to Jon Jones: “I want to take my time now”


Ciryl Gane prepares to take his time to get to another title shot.

Ciryl Gane

Back in March, Gane suffered a first-round submission loss to Jon Jones for the heavyweight belt. The problem marked the 2nd time he stopped working on his quote to end up being the undeniable champ. It was a frustrating loss for Gane offered he’s now 1-2 in his last 3, with his last 2 losses coming for the belt.

With Ciryl Gane being 0-2 in undeniable title battles and having actually defended the belt two times in not even a complete year, he states he now wishes to take his time prior to defending the title once again. The Frenchman is set to go back to the Octagon in the primary occasion of UFC Paris versus Serghei Spivac.

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Spivac is presently ranked seventh at heavyweight, while Gane is ranked 2nd. If Gane does get the win at UFC Paris, he understands Tom Aspinall is most likely next and would not mind another battle after that as he isn’t in a rush any longer.

” All of my profession, I remained in a rush. I began MMA in 2018 and I did my very first battle simply after 6 months. Because this battle, I was currently in a rush up until today. Yes, I desire to take my time now,” Gane stated at UFC Paris media day “I wish to take my time at the health club. I’m going to discover some time without all of the things you have around the training and the fitness center. I do not require to take my time in between 2 battles, I require more time. No, it’s about that. I require to handle my schedule without all the important things you have around the battle, and like that we’re going to have time.”

Ciryl Gane is presently 11 -2 as a professional and despite the fact that he is 33, he still likely has a number of years as a title competitor at heavyweight.

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