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Tyson Fury v Francis Ngannou
Another week, another Fury mega show for the people to consume.
Following younger brother Tommy’s exhibition fight against Youtuber KSI, Tyson Fury is stepping up for what is a daunting task for any individual on this planet: to step in the ring with Francis Ngannou.
The punching power of the former UFC Heavyweight Champion is on display for the world to see, just simply Google his litany of sickening knockouts during his tenure with the MMA organisation. However, this is a different ball game all together.
Ngannou left the UFC under controversial circumstances to pursue opportunities like this, and will be delighted to have been chosen for this exhibition fight against arguably the greatest heavyweight boxer of the last decade, Tyson Fury.
The only logical scenario Ngannou wins this one is via a freak KO. Now, where some see that logically given his punching power, it is highly unlikely to come close to occurring, especially when you consider Fury has two victories over fellow heavy-hitter, and legitimate world-class boxer, in Deontay Wilder.
Ngannou weighed in Friday morning at a whopping 272lbs, at least six pounds heavier than he has for any of his fights in the UFC. Yes, this will be a spectacle, but Fury is beyond a shadow of a doubt the more technical boxer.
Given this is Ngannou’s first venture into a professional boxing ring, Fury to win at 30/1 is just simply too good to pass up on!
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