Ngannou responds to Coach Gan’s accusations: ‘This is an evil act and unfair play’

Ngannou responds to coach Gan’s accusations

Reigning UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou has responded to allegations by former MMA Factory trainer Fernand Lopez who claimed the Cameroonian-born Frenchman was trying to prevent former sparring partner Cyril Gan from signing into the strongest league.

“I was recently sent [видео], on which [Сирила Гана] coach Fernand [Лопес] declares what I said [матчмейкеру UFC] Miku [Мейнарду]that Cyril is good, but not that good [для UFC] or something like that. I’m like, “Dude. It’s disgusting”. You know, this is not a fair game. From now on, it’s not a fair game. I understand that he wants to take all the attention, but to interfere with other people in our confrontation is an evil act. I know this man and how it happened,” Ngannou said in a video on his YouTube channel.

Ngannou and Gan will fight in the main event of the UFC 270 tournament, which will be held on the night of January 23 in Las Vegas (USA).

On account of the 35-year-old Ngannou 16 wins and 3 losses, the 31-year-old Gan has 10 wins in 10 fights.