In Paris, the viral video of Francis Ngannou with the brother of Gims!

Francis Ngannou was not only in France to attend UFC Paris this weekend, he also took the opportunity to meet many stars. For example, he shot a small viral video with Dadju, the brother of Gims, obviously a fan of the Predator.

Francis Ngannou was not fighting at UFC Paris, but he was obviously one of the biggest stars of the event. Very attached to the city of light, since it is there where he discovered MMA, the heavyweight champion had to make the trip to observe his former training teammate Ciryl Gane during this historic evening.

In the front row to watch the fighting of the French, the Predator was particularly impressed by the young William Gomis, in whom he saw a future UFC star, on one condition. And like everyone else, he was blown away by the main event between Bon Gamin and Tai Tuivasa, even if nothing happened as he announced. He has moreover been humiliated on social networks for his bad predictions.

Francis Ngannou has fun with Dadju

But this visit to Paris was not just an opportunity for Francis Ngannou to attend a major event, it was also a way for him to test his popularity rating in France. Throughout the weekend, he had the opportunity to meet stars and share special moments with them, he notably recorded a viral video with Dadju, Gims’ brother.

Dadju: I sing of love to live

Francis Ngannou: And I hit people for a living

Dadju and Francis Ngannou have decided to shoot this little viral video, in which they present their professions with quite hilarious words. For those who don’t know, they are actually making fun of one of the most legendary phrases from the heavyweight champion’s career. This interview will be remembered, and even more so if the fans parody it!

The popularity of Francis Ngannou exceeds today widely the framework of MMA, since he is friends with great artists and spends privileged moments with them. A Predator fight in France would undoubtedly fill a stadium with superstars.

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