Francis Ngannou

Francis Ngannou has disclosed that negotiations are going on for Deontay Wilder Fight in Africa

On the occasion of “Rumble in the Jungle,” Francis Ngannou says that talks to fight Deontay Wilder in Africa have begun. In January, “The Predator” left the UFC as the heavyweight champion in place. Ngannou had many problems with the promotion, but his inability to box was the worst one

He can do it now that he’s left the MMA organisation. The former heavyweight champion has drawn a lot of interest from the boxing community since becoming a free agent. Eddie Hearn previously disclosed that he is in talks to have Ngannou take against Anthony Joshua. Tyson Fury has expressed interest in taking on the MMA competitor.

Deontay Wilder appears to be the front-runner at the moment, though. For a two-fight series, “The Bronze Bomber” has already challenged Francis Ngannou. Both take place in a boxing ring and an octagon, respectively. It appears the two have advanced significantly in the weeks since those remarks. Francis Ngannou claimed that the fight is aimed at Africa in an interview with ESPN.

50th anniversary of the “Rumble in the Jungle”

He also disclosed that the two intend to engage in two fights, the second of which would occur on the 50th anniversary of the “Rumble in the Jungle.” We desire two fights. Perhaps one or perhaps two of those clashes took place in Africa. which would be fantastic and enormous. I believe “The Rumble in the Jungle” will celebrate its 50th anniversary in August of next year, and I believe that would be a great time to accomplish something significant in Africa.

Deontay Wilder can be faced twice by Francis Ngannou, but only in boxing. Last month, “The Bronze Bomber” called “The Predator” out. When asked about boxing Ngannou at the time, Wilder replied that he would like to go one step further and accomplish something no fighter has ever done. He desires a cage fight with the MMA fighter. The fight always takes place in the boxing ring, according to Wilder, in previous contests comparable to his with Ngannou. To settle the score, the former WBC champion is prepared to enter the octagon.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.