UFC Paris results begin live at 12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. PT on Saturday, September 7, on MMAWeekly.com. The fights take place at Accor Arena in Paris, France. Click on the fight below in the UFC Paris results section for live stats or jump down to the UFC Paris written results. In-fight live stats and results provided courtesy of Fight Analytics. UFC Paris is also known as UFC Fight Night 209.
The UFC Paris fight card is topped by a heavyweight contenders bout between Ciryl Gane and Tai Tuivasa, as well as a key middleweight bout between Robert Whittaker and Marvin Vettori.
How to Watch UFC Paris: Gane vs. Tuivasa
- UFC Paris main card start time: 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT on ESPN+
- UFC Paris prelims start time: 12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. PT on ESPN+
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UFC Paris Results Live from France
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UFC Paris Results: When, Where, and Who?
UFC Paris takes place on Saturday, September 7, at Accor Arena in Paris, France. The fight card is topped by a heavyweight contenders bout.
UFC Paris main event: Ciryl Gane vs. Tai Tuivasa
Frenchman and former interim UFC heavyweight champion Ciryl Gane (10-1) will attempt to get back into a title fight, as he welcomes the UFC to his home country for the first time in the promotion’s history. Gane failed in his attempt to become the unified heavyweight champion when he lost to Francis Ngannou at UFC 270 in early 2022. He is still ranked No. 1 in the division and a win over Tuivasa would keep him nipping at Ngannou’s heels.
Tai Tuivasa (14-3) went through a rough spell a few years ago, losing three bouts in a row, but has rebounded well with five knockout wins in a row. In that string, he defeated the likes of Stefan Struve, Augusto Sakai, and, most recently, Derrick Lewis. That shot him up to No. 3 in the division. If he makes Gane his sixth consecutive knockout, it would be hard to deny Tuivasa a crack at the belt.
UFC Paris co-main event: Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vettori
The UFC Paris co-main event is another one with title implications. Former middleweight champion Robert Whittaker (23-6) is etched at No. 1 in the rankings. But having lost twice to current titleholder Israel Adesanya, he needs to keep knocking off other contenders to try and earn another shot at the belt.
He faces No. 2 ranked Marvin Vettori (18-5-1), who also has two losses to Adesanya on his record. Much like Whittaker, he needs to keep knocking off the other top contenders if he wants another title shot while Adesanya holds the crown.
Next Up: UFC 279 Chimaev vs. Diaz
Following its French debut, the UFC returns to its home base in Las Vegas. UFC 279 features No. 3 ranked welterweight Khamzat Chimaev welcoming fan favorite Nate Diaz back to the Octagon at T-Mobile Arena. The bout is the undefeated Chimaev’s highest profile to date, but it also offers Diaz the opportunity to make a splash in what is the final bout on his current UFC contract.
UFC Paris Live Results & Fight Card
UFC Paris – Main Card (12 p.m. ET on ESPN+)
- Main Event – Heavyweight: Ciryl Gane vs. Tai Tuivasa
- Co-Main Event – Middleweight: Robert Whittaker vs. Marvin Vettori
- Middleweight: Alessio Di Chirico vs. Roman Kopylov
- Lightweight: John Makdessi vs. Nasrat Haqparast
- Featherweight: William Gomis vs. Jarno Errens
- Featherweight: Charles Jourdain vs. Nathaniel Wood
UFC Paris Results – Preliminary Card (3 p.m. ET on ESPN+)
- Middleweight: Abus Magomedov vs. Dustin Stoltzfus
- Lightweight: Farès Ziam vs. Michal Figlak
- Middleweight: Nassourdine Imavov vs. Joaquin Buckley
- Lightweight: Benoît Saint-Denis vs. Gabriel Miranda
- Bantamweight: Khalid Taha vs. Cristian Quiñónez
- Women’s Featherweight: Stephanie Egger vs. Ailin Perez
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