30 Aug

Cyril Gan vs Tai Tuivasa: odds and bets on the fight

The fight will take place in the heavy weight category. Cyril Gan occupies the first line in the official ranking of applicants for this division, Tai Tuivasa - the third. In the quotes of bookmakers, the French fighter is a big favorite.

Forecast and bet on Biy Gan – Tuivasa

The bookmaker's offices have chimed once more. In the first place, Cyril Gan seems to be a huge favorite, but in another way, the coefficient for the early completion of the battle is even higher.

The very bet on “Total less than 3.5” seems like a big deal to us (Winline bookmaker has a coefficient for such a result of 1.81). Abo Tuivas angered by the blow of Cyril Gan on the cob of the battle, as if you were sounding to rob, otherwise, before the third round, you will not get tired and you will finish yourself (for the equator, he fought for the fate of Tai Tuivasi passing less than once). Cyril Gan's smut task is to survive a couple of rounds, and even if in a new way, then you can take the Australian warm. Imovirnist of both options to finish the temple.

Cyril Gun

Сирил Ган: бои, статистика, вес, рост, рекорд, биография

The Frenchman carried everyone forward with his feet, but exactly until he met with Francis Ngannou in the title confrontation. At the same time, Ngannou surprised everyone, including Cyril, by winning by wrestling on the ground. But the first couple of rounds, Cyril still managed to work out in his signature style - easy on his feet, very easy for a heavyweight and scoring points through jabs and serial attacks in the rack.

Prior to this defeat, Cyril Gan was on a ten win streak in a row, getting opposition from fight to fight. Guys such as Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Alexander Volkov, Derrick Lewis were caught in his network and could not do anything with him ...

After the loss to Ngannou, he has already moved on and is clearly set for another run to the title. I must say that he has everything for this, and even more than any other fighter in the division.

“I think if I win the fight with Tuivasa, then the next fight will be with the one who wins the interim belt. Losing Ngannou pushed me a little further from the goal, but it means that there will be more tests, so everything suits me. I am an athlete and I love that. I don't want to wait long. I don't know when there will be a fight between Jones and Stipe, but in case of a victory over Tuivasa, I want to return as soon as possible and fight for an interim title. The first few months after the defeat, it was such that I wanted to fight Ngannou, but now I just want the belt. It is my goal. I want to get to the top, so I don't care if the opponent is Blades, Stipe, Jones or Francis" - Cyril Gun

Tai Tuivasa

Тай ТуйвасаAustralian Tai Tuivasa loves his opponents very much, so he beats them with all his heart. He finished five of his previous fights with knockouts, without much delay in the fight.

The last to suffer was Derrick Lewis. The “Black Beast” tried very hard, threw out his terrible blows, even tried to take the fight to the ground, clinched at the net, but at the beginning of the second round, Tuivasa missed the elbow and flew into a hard knockout.

According to tradition, after the fight, Tai drank beer from the fan's sneaker and went to wait for the next victim, which may be Cyril Gan (whatever the bookies say).

“Lewis is the real king of knockouts, but like I said, I’m young, I’m on the rise and I’m ready to take on the heavyweight division. My name is Thai, it's like Muay Thai. I like to hit with my elbows. I love to fight in the clinch and fight with serious guys. I don't care who I fight now. I'm from western Sydney and I'm ready for anyone" - Tai Tuivasa

Comparison of Ghana and Tuivasa

This fight is a clash of styles. Skillful and strictly following the game plan, Cyril Gan will face a guy who just needs to touch his opponent to win. The comparison table contains objective indicators of opponents, this will help you make a prediction for the fight and find a good bet.













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winning streak