Francis Ngannou is leaving UFC 270 as the undisputed heavyweight champion, however the manner in which he held his title is a long way based on what was generally anticipated Saturday. Ngannou procured his most memorable choice win as he outwrestled Ciryl Gane in the last three rounds to settle Gane and give him his most memorable expert misfortune.
With Ngannou adding more to his game, who coordinates with him best pushing ahead? Or on the other hand will he even battle? He told ESPN last week that he will not contend in the future for the UFC under the ongoing agreement.
Before Ngannou’s success, Deiveson Figueiredo recovered the flyweight title with a consistent choice success over Brandon Moreno. Figueiredo told Joe Rogan in the Octagon that he could cherish a fourth battle against Moreno, yet is that the right next move for the double cross champion?
We should investigate what could be next for Ngannou, Gane, Figueiredo and Moreno.
Who should be the next Fighter of Francis: Jon Jones?
Please! If it’s not too much trouble. An arrangement should be arrived at between these different sides. The UFC and Ngannou need to get in a room and not leave until another arrangement is worked through and Ngannou stays in the UFC. Furthermore, whenever that is finished, get Jones installed and book a date. This would be one of the most vigorously expected battles of the year, particularly after Ngannou showed that his cardio and wrestling could convey him to a success.
Going into this matchup with Gane, one would’ve contended Jones’ absolute best may be to wrestle. In the wake of seeing this, that is less clear. This battle has all that you might at any point care about. If it’s not too much trouble!
Trump card: Boxing
In the event that Ngannou doesn’t come to monetary terms with the UFC, he would in any case need to stay under agreement for one year because of the top dog’s proviso. In any case, he expressed going into this battle that he wouldn’t battle again except if he gets another arrangement, so it’s possible he could endure the particulars of the agreement and continue on toward something different – – which could in all likelihood be boxing. However, that would be a disgrace.
We just saw the advancement of his MMA game on Saturday. I’d would rather not see him leave the game without showing it more.
It would be ideal for who to be straightaway: Stipe Miocic
After what we saw on Saturday, this may be perhaps of the hardest task you could give Gane. In the event that Miocic watched on Saturday, it’s presumably almost certainly the case he has a thought of his way to triumph against Gane. Yet, from a rankings point of view, it checks out.
Gane will gain from this experience, the same way Ngannou gained from his misfortune to Miocic back in 2018. Miocic needs to return to the title. That way ought to go through Gane.
Special case: Chris Daukaus
Daukaus had his originally taken shots at some genuine spotlight toward the finish of last year, and it went poorly for him. He experienced a first-round knockout misfortune to Derrick Lewis.
Watching Gane go from up two rounds in a unification title session to battling Daukaus feels like a long fall, and yet, Gane is as yet youthful in the game. Experience is significant. He really wants to remain dynamic and battle various styles. Daukaus will be vigorously inspired off that last misfortune.
This choice isn’t the top decision, yet entirely it’s a decision.
It would be ideal for who to be straightaway: Winner of Askar Askarov versus Kai Kara-France
I’ll tell the truth. A piece of me needs to see the fourth battle immediately. These two have battled multiple times, and two of them will have gotten Fight of the Year thought no matter what. That is really wonderful. They join for an incredible battle.
In any case, to rush straight into it? Most importantly, I figure any fourth battle would be better on the off chance that it’s not immediately. Allow them to zero in on another test and afterward return to one another. Second, there are truly meriting challengers. Furthermore, at the first spot on that list is Askarov and Kara-France. These two battle in March. Push the victor forward to a title shot.
Trump card: Moreno
On the off chance that the UFC can take an occasion to Mexico, I’m not against it. I’m truly not! As I recently referenced, I figure they ought to put it off and I will figure they will put it off. In any case, if it somehow managed to occur straightaway, I wouldn’t say anything negative.
It would be ideal for who to be straightaway: Alexandre Pantoja
It’s the undeniable decision. Going into Saturday, Moreno hadn’t lost since May 2018. What’s more, that misfortune was to Pantoja. There’s set of experiences here, and Pantoja is meriting an opportunity to set things straight.
This would have been an appealing choice for Moreno as a hero. Obviously it loses a little shine now that he’s lost the belt, however there will be a lot of interest in Moreno’s best course of action after this Figueiredo set of three. This would be a high stakes battle and on the off chance that Moreno wins, he’s straight once again into a title battle.