UFC star Ciryl Gane was once forced to deny he had 'locked eyes' with ring girl Arianny Celeste when weighing for a bout.
The Frenchman was headlining UFC Paris on Saturday evening, but despite his superstar status in France – he can't rival Arianny's net worth. According to various sources, Gane's net worth is around $1million (£870,000), while Arianny boasts a net worth of $4.5million (£3.4million), according to CelebrityNetWorth.
Arianny is one of the most recognisable faces in the UFC, and the stunning ring girl first started with the promotion in 2006. But she hasn't limited herself to the promotion – she has posed for Sports Illustrated, FHM, and, most famously, Playboy. Celeste also runs an OnlyFans page as well as investing in property to boost her net worth.
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Back in January, fans noticed Gane and Arianny appearing to lock eyes for a brief moment after Bon Gamin weighed in against Francis Ngannou at UFC 270.
Gane told The Mirror: "I didn't see it [as that] because you see me turn [around] but it was for my coach, not the ring girl.
"That's why it makes the video a little bit funny, because when you look at it you think I look at the girl and she looks at me, but no. I don't know if my wife saw it, but it's OK."
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Gane came out on top in a thrilling main event on Saturday evening as he stopped Tai Tuivasa in the final round.
The Frenchman broke down Tuivasa with a series of kicks to the body before he dropped him with a punch to the head. It was the perfect comeback for Gane who suffered his only defeat in the UFC against Ngannou in his last bout.
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