Dana White reacts to Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou

Dana White shares his thoughts on Francis Ngannou going the distance against Tyson Fury.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Dana White reacts to Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou
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Francis Ngannou shocked the entire world by going the distance with arguably the best heavyweight boxer in the current time. All the odds were heavily stacked against Ngannou, and no one expected Ngannou to win. Ngannou’s sparring footage was heavily trolled, and there were many other factors that were criticized.

Majority of the people believe Francis Ngannou won against Tyson Fury. The president of the UFC, Dana White, was shocked to see Francis Ngannou last all 10 rounds against Tyson Fury. Dana White displayed great understanding by acknowledging Ngannou’s decision to participate in a boxing match.

Dana White on Francis Ngannou’s performance

Dana White recently shared his thoughts on Francis Ngannou’s recent performance against Tyson Fury and spoke about corruption in boxing. “The fact that he went 10 rounds with Tyson Fury is crazy,” White said, as quoted by mmafighting.com.

“He just went 10 rounds with Tyson Fury, Conor [McGregor] made it 9 or 10 with Floyd, Anthony Pettis just beat Roy Jones Jr. – I know Roy is friggin’ 60 years old or whatever, but I don’t know what the hell is going on.

It’s crazy. “I don’t care, listen, these guys, at some point, everybody is going to move on. Everybody has to do what’s right for them and make money for their families, so whatever they’ve got to do, they’ve got to do.

White on corruption in boxing: Every time I get on the phone with one of these boxing guys, I go, am I out of my mind? These guys are all horrible to deal with.It’s not even the corruption – you can’t built a business off it,The key to having something is building a business.

When you talk about the NFL, the NBA, MLB, they took football, basketball and baseball and created a business out of it. That’s what we did with fighting, and it just can’t be done with boxing”.

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