Francis Ngannou v Ciryl Gane Tactical Breakdown | UFC 270 | Dan Hardy Breakdown Show

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One of the best brains in the game, Dan Hardy breaks down the huge upcoming heavyweight title fight between Francis Ngannou and Ciryl Gane at #UFC270 in Anaheim.

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