What were the greatest minutes at UFC Paris? 

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 Jeff Wagenheim, Brett Okamoto, and Marc Raimondi offer up their focus points from a feature-stuffed occasion in France.

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 For the initial eight minutes of Saturday's UFC headliner in Paris

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 you might have fit the Arc de Triomphe in the space between Ciryl Gane and Tai Tuivasa. 

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 That is the manner in which Gane needed it. For a round and a half

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  he was flaunting why he's viewed as the most specialized heavyweight striker on earth.

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 With the Frenchman controlling distance while landing fresh hits to the face and kicks to the body,

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 Tuivasa continued approaching and tossing tremendous punches yet couldn't contact Gane

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 Then, at that point, Tuivasa found him with a winging right-hand halfway through Round 2, and Gane fell in reverse to the material, solidified.

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 "Truly, Tai hit me so hard he took me out. He put the lights out," Gane said through a translator. "I tumbled down, yet I must be a hero. I got up ... also, I returned significantly more grounded."