UFC 285 has concluded, and it was another electrifying night of fights. The main event featured Jon Jones and Ciryl Gane in a matchup for the UFC heavyweight title. The crowd was on the edge of their seats at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida, waiting to see who would emerge as the victor. In the end, after a quick and decisive first round, Jones emerged victorious and took home the coveted heavyweight belt.

Jones came into the fight as a heavy favorite, with a record of 26-1 and a reputation as one of the greatest fighters of all time. He had previously won titles in the UFC light heavyweight and middleweight divisions, and was looking to add a heavyweight title to his collection. Gane, on the other hand, was a relative newcomer to the UFC, with a record of 10-0-0. He was known for his striking ability, but his grappling was untested against someone like Jones.

The fight began with both fighters circling around the Octagon, looking for openings. Jones took the initiative, throwing a punch that Gane narrowly avoided. Gane responded with a leg kick, but Jones caught it and used it to take him down to the ground. Once there, the champion quickly moved into side control and began working for a submission.

Gane attempted to defend himself, but Jones was too quick and too skilled. He secured an arm-triangle choke and locked it in tight. Gane struggled to break free, but it was no use – he was forced to tap out, giving Jones the win by submission in just over three minutes.

The crowd erupted in cheers as Jones celebrated his victory, raising the belt over his head. For many fans, this was the culmination of years of watching Jones dominate the MMA world. Despite some controversy surrounding his career, he had proven himself to be a formidable fighter, with wins over some of the best fighters in the world.

For Gane, it was a disappointing end to an otherwise impressive run in the UFC. He had defeated some tough opponents on his way to the title shot, but was unable to overcome Jones’ grappling ability. Despite the loss, however, many fans saw this as just the beginning for Gane – he is young and talented, and there will surely be more opportunities for him to shine in the future.

Beyond the main event, UFC 285 was filled with a number of other exciting fights. In the co-main event, Rose Namajunas defeated Zhang Weili to retain her strawweight title. Namajunas was able to land a head kick that knocked Zhang out, making her the first fighter to defeat the Chinese champion in over two years.

Other highlights included a win by Israel Adesanya over Marvin Vettori, and a knockout victory by Jiri Prochazka over Dominick Reyes. Overall, it was an impressive showing by some of the UFC’s top fighters, and a reminder of why the organization continues to draw such a large and passionate fanbase.

As for Jones, the future is uncertain. He has hinted at retiring from MMA, but also expressed interest in moving up to the heavyweight division. Whatever he decides, it’s clear that he has cemented his place as one of the UFC’s all-time greats. His win over Gane was just the latest in a long line of impressive victories, and it’s likely that fans will be talking about him for years to come.