Ngannou’s victory in the UFC is celebrated by the people of Adesanya and Cameroon; View – 03/30/2021

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The coronation of Francis Nagno as the new UFC heavyweight champion last Saturday (27) caused celebrations in various parts of the world. The knockout win over Stipe Miosic in the main event of UFC 260, and the resulting victory by the belt by the Cameroonians, was the cause of intense celebration in the country of the fighter, apart from driving, Niger Israel Adesania, weight champion. Madness. (84 kg) last.

On your official Instagram account (see below or click Here), Israel Adesania made a point to congratulate her colleague and share a video of her celebration at the time of Nganau’s conquest, leaving Africa today as the ‘owner’ of three UFC belts. Apart from the Cameroonians and Nigerians, who rule in the heavyweight and middleweight divisions, respectively, Kamru Osman, who was also born in Nigeria and who was part of Francis’ corner in the title feud, is the current Welter Champion (77 kg).

In the publication’s caption, Adesanya wrote, “Three kings withdrew gold to Earth, Africa. This is history! The stories it can inspire! I am inspired by them. Our stories will be told by us.”

The scenes seen in the town of Bati, Cameroon were also very happy. Last Saturday, gathered to watch the fight between the ‘son of the house’ and the American, the population of the place where Ngannu was born was not happy to witness the Cameroonian conquest. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, a video of the celebration of the new champion’s compatriot was released on ‘Twitter’ by UFC partners, ‘RT Sport’ (see below or click Here) Belongs to.

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The 5.15 pm
The Bati, Cameroon

Incredible scene from the hometown of @Francis_Ngannou As they celebrate the crowning of a new UFC Heavyweight Champion! ??

(; Mathieu Penella) pic.twitter.com/NSA57bUsmA

– UFC on BT Sport (@btsportufc) March 28, 2021

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