Jon Jones vs. Ciryl Gane at UFC 285

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Jon Jones and Ciryl Gane are set to face off in the main event of UFC 285 on Saturday night, with Jones defending his heavyweight title for the first time. The fight will be the first time Jones has competed in the heavyweight division since he moved up from light heavyweight in August 2020.

Jones is widely considered to be one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time, having held the light heavyweight title for a record 11 consecutive defenses. He is currently the #1 ranked pound-for-pound fighter in the world and is undefeated in his last 15 fights.

Gane is a rising star in the heavyweight division, having won all seven of his UFC fights since joining the promotion in 2019. He is currently the #4 ranked heavyweight in the world and is coming off a dominant win over former champion Junior dos Santos in December 2020.

The fight between Jones and Gane has been highly anticipated since it was announced in January 2021. Both fighters have been vocal in the lead up to the fight, with Jones claiming that Gane is the toughest opponent he has ever faced and Gane saying that he is ready to take the title from Jones.

The fight will be the first time Jones has faced an opponent he didn’t know the identity of until just hours before the fight. Jones usually likes to study his opponents and prepare for them in advance, but this time he will have to rely on his instincts and experience to get the job done.

Gane is a formidable opponent for Jones, and the fight is sure to be an exciting one. Jones will be looking to prove that he is still the best in the world, while Gane will be looking to make a statement and become the first French heavyweight champion in UFC history.

No matter who wins, the fight between Jones and Gane is sure to be an exciting one. Both fighters have the skills and experience to make it an entertaining fight, and the winner will be the one who can impose their will on the other. It’s sure to be a fight to remember, and one that will have fans on the edge of their seats.