STREAM LIVE >> Jairzinho Rozenstruik vs Ciryl Gane Live Stream Heavyweight Boxing Fight 2021 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD
Seven fights into his professional career, Ciryl Gane will headline a UFC event. It speaks to Gane’s talent and performance in his first first four fights in the UFC Octagon.
But big opportunities come with big risks, and in this case, a fight with one of the heaviest hitters in the heavyweight division, Jairzinho Rozenstruik.
Many would agree the heavyweight division needs fresh title contenders. Just two fights ago, Rozenstruik was in a similar position to Gane, undefeated and placed in a high profile fight that could help establish him as an immediate contender to the championship.
Things didn’t go well for Rozenstruik that night, losing to Francis Ngannou by knockout in just 20 seconds at UFC 249. But a rebound TKO win over former heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos rebuilt some faith in the 32-year-old knockout artist.
Gane has yet to experience any such speed bumps in his young career. Gane won the TKO heavyweight championship in his first fight as a professional in August 2018. After two successful title defenses,
he got the call to the UFC, rattling off three wins before being positioned across the Octagon from dos Santos. Gane scored a TKO win over dos Santos, doing so roughly one minute quicker than Rozenstruik.
The fight promises to end inside the planned five rounds. Rozenstruik has only been to the judges’ scorecards once in his career, scoring ten knockout victories.
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Similarly, Gane has only gone the distance once in his career, but has an even split between submission and knockout victories at three each.
This is decidedly not a very deep card, but it still carries some important and fun names looking to establish themselves. Look no further than the co-main event where rising 205-pound prospect Magomed Ankalaev takes on veteran Nikita Krylov
. Ankalaev is coming off a pair of thrilling stoppages against Ion Cutelaba in the last year. In fact, he’s won five straight — four by KO/TKO — since losing his UFC debut to Paul Craig by submission. Krylov, meanwhile, has traded wins and losses since rejoining UFC in 2018 with a 2-2 record.