UFC Champion Francis Ngannou Joins Forces with Stake.com!

UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou has been announced as the newest brand ambassador for Stake.com, the official betting partner of the UFC. Also known as "The Predator", Ngannou will be the second UFC champion to join the Stake, which already has a partnership with UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya. Ngannou displays overwhelming strength, speed, stamina and fighting IQ to beat his opponents over and over. With an impressive 100% finish percentage, he is considered the biggest heavyweight on the planet. At UFC 260, Ngannou became the first African-born man to win the heavyweight title after brutally knocking out Stipe Miocic in the second round. Like The Predator's journey, Stake has skyrocketed in the crypto betting market since its inception in 2017, using innovative product design and promotional markets to become the world's leading crypto casino and sportsbook with over 45 billion total bets processed. A partnership is emerging between Stake.com and Ngannou, especially with Ngannou, who is extremely active in the crypto world. He became the first UFC athlete to start his own NFT before defeating Miocic, who made over half a million dollars! Global athletes are beginning to fully understand the potential of cryptocurrency and the opportunities it offers. According to the partnership, Ngannou will also receive a share of cryptocurrency sponsorship. Stake is confident that the new partnership with the UFC Heavyweight Champion, along with the rights to live stream all UFC fights on its platform, will strengthen its already solid position in the global UFC betting market. Ngannou has already expressed his excitement for the deal and said, “He is very excited to work with Stake.com. I've been totally obsessed with the crypto space since my NFT dropped in March and I'm super excited to partner with the biggest (and best) c.

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