UFC heavyweight champion turned PFL partner and now, a true and indisputable boxer, Francis “The Predator” Ngannou may not have defeated WBC undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson Fury during their exhibition fight in Ryad, Saudi Arabia, in a very controversial split decision victory for Fury, but commentators and sports figures alike all seem to agree that the real “Baddest man on the planet” is without a doubt Ngannou.
“The Gypsy King” Tyson Fury may have been declared the winner by split-decision on Saturday during his match with MMA star Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, but sports commentators, athletes, and regular fans alike seem convinced that the true winner of the fight was “The Predator”, Ngannou.
In the illustrious and intense world of boxing, few names have garnered as much attention and admiration as Tyson Fury. Known as “The Gypsy King”, Fury’s meteoric rise in the boxing realm is not just attributed to his unparalleled skill inside the ring but also his vibrant personality outside of it. Strap in, and let’s embark on a journey into the life and legacy of Tyson Fury.
Just ahead of his fight with WBC World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury, Francis Ngannou displayed his punching power for the public
After starring in nine episodes of “At Home With The Furys” which has already been streamed into the homes of millions of people around the world, Paris Fury, wife of internationally famous British heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury, is now letting it be known that she fears for the safety of her children now that they’ve essentially allowed the world into their home.
Since securing boxing legend Mike Tyson as his coach in the lead up to his upcoming fight against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, former UFC heavyweight champion and renowned MMA fighter Francis “The Nigerian Nightmare” Ngannou has made it abundantly clear that the energy he’s brought to the table during his fight camp has convinced him that he’ll be able to make the British boxer “hit the canvas” during their October fight in Saudi Arabia.
While British boxer Tommy Fury might not be the most well-known boxer in the United States, he certainly has a fan in UFC commentator and podcaster Joe Rogan.
WBC world champion Tyson Fury has made it pretty clear that he thinks his upcoming non-title fight against MMA star Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia this Fall is going to be a walk in the park, but one man who has fought both Fury and Ngannou wants to make it clear that it would be a mistake for Fury to walk into the ring underestimating his opponent.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou is having one hell of a year after signing his cushy new deal with the PFL, as well as securing his highly anticipated boxing match against WBC heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury. What is one extra thing that Ngannou thinks would make a nice cherry on top of everything? Getting the help of boxing legend Mike Tyson to help him add ‘professional boxer who defeated Tyson Fury’ to his resume.
Could the worlds of MMA and boxing soon collide? UFC President Dana White recently pondered the possibility of Jon Jones facing Tyson Fury