Former UFC veteran credits Francis Ngannou as he gets hair transplant done 

Francis Ngannou [Image Courtesy: Getty Images]
Francis Ngannou [Image Courtesy: Getty Images]

Donald Cerrone recently thanked Francis Ngannou for pointing him in the right direction regarding getting a hair transplant. Cerrone posted about his hair transplant journey and thanked the people at Now Hair Time for their service.

In an Instagram post, Cerrone expressed his gratitude to the reigning heavyweight champion for guiding him towards a full head of hair.

'Cowboy' further showered praise on the Turkey-based clinic. He outlined the impressive customer service they offered and confidently declared:

"Now if you are like me and not sure, follow along with my hair growth and see for yourself. But then again don’t be like me and wish you didn’t wait and went sooner!"

Francis Ngannou also availed the services of the same clinic to prevent balding. 'The Predator' stated in an Instagram post earlier this year:

"Don't think I changed my hair style, I'm just working on making it even better. I'm not ready to go bald yet, so I took the magic solution from @now.hairtime. Growing my hair back soon..."

Francis Ngannou shares his thoughts on fighting Ciryl Gane with an injured knee

In a recent episode of Francis Ngannou's Road 2 Recovery YouTube series, the heavyweight shared what went through his head as he fought then-interim champion Ciryl Gane with an injured knee.

Ngannou beat Gane to unify the heavyweight title, winning via a unanimous decision at UFC 270. It was later revealed that 'The Predator' suffered an injury to his right knee weeks prior to the fight.

The Cameroonian underwent surgery soon after and has since been nursing his leg back to full recovery. 'The Predator' even admitted to being hesitant about his footwork and balance in the first and second rounds of his fight with Gane before deciding to just go for it:

"After the second round, I knew that I was losing. Then, I'm like, okay, this can't be it. If this is my last fight, then let's f***ing fight, and then, maybe retire because I don't have a knee anymore or whatever it is. But let's fight."

Catch Francis Ngannou's full YouTube episode below:


Francis Ngannou is expected to face Jon Jones for the heavyweight title next year. It's rumored that the UFC intends to fix a matchup between the two heavyweights at UFC 285 on March 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

However, considering Ngannou's contract issues with the promotion and his right-knee injury troubles, there remains a shroud of mystery surrounding the return of 'Bones' to the UFC octagon. It is expected that in case Ngannou vs. Jones does not materialize, Jon Jones will face Curtis Blaydes instead.

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