Ngannou Declines Black Beast rematch June 12

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why he decline? Usually guys want to avenge a loss

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He wants that JJ Moolah

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Yuuuuup

Excellent. Now that he got leverage, use it to the maximum and get that $$$$$$

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Francis would look horrible against the gypsy king or any other top boxer. You can’t throw power constantly and go for 10 or 12 rounds. Gypsy king takes out a winded Francis in 6 or less.

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@Girth_Brooks In the Octagon?

God damn it Francis. The last thing people want to hear from a new champ is “He’s turning down fights and wants to go into boxing.”

Why can’t these assholes just defend their belts

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Spotlight is on Ngannou now , swingin for the fences

In a boxing ring, I’d most definitely bet on the “under” if you gave me 6 rounds as the O/U.

He used to complain about Stipe doing this, oh the ironing

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I’ve be surprised if it lasted 2 full rounds. Tyson is capable of making world class heavyweights look slow…

Also Tyson has 2 fights with AJ booked. I don’t mind boxers messing about having fun but not when you’re in your prime having world class match ups.

If it’s Ngannous first love (which listening to him on Rogan, it seems to be…) walk away from MMA and give it a real go… build up like over boxers, anyone else I’d doubt, but Francis is like a sponge. He’s old but could potentially go pro in boxing after a short time training.

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Would rather see Ngannou v Wilder

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Eh, just normal negotiating tactics. It’s probably more so Dana rattling Jones’ cage and letting him know that there’s other people out there for Ngannou to face. Naturally, Ngannou has no reason to accept it and run back one of the worst fights in modern MMA history, and worse yet, risk a match with Jones, and everyone involved knows that.

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