In the past few days, most of the major news in combat sports revolved around Tyson Fury Jon Jones and Joe Rogan. Fury had criticized Rogan after he said that Jones would beat the WBC champion during a fight with no rules. Fury’s delusional behavior was called out by Jones and fans alike. Tyson Fury, however, has issued an absurd apology after carefully analyzing this situation.
He said: “See Jon, you’re talking about me in a ring. I’m no cage fighter, mate. I’m the best boxer in the world. If you’d like to join me in a boxing match, please let me know. You don’t need to call anyone else. I am the boss of the boxing match. You’re a good fighter, but not a boxer. “Good luck, all the best!”
Jon Jones challenge Fury to a MMA fight, after the WBC champion claimed that no one can beat him. Jones told Fury that he should call Dana White in order to set up a superfight between the UFC Heavyweight Champion and the Heavyweight Boxing Champion. Fury’s statements were retracted after a careful evaluation.
Fury has been the subject of many fight rumors. A boxing promoter claimed that Fury and Oleksandr usyk would fight in Saudi Arabia in a mega-event. Negotiations are in progress to finalize the deal. Jon Jones, on the other hand will defend his title in a fight against Stipe Miocic. The UFC will decide when to book the fight.
Tyson Fury’s fans lash out at him for retraction of his statement about Jon Jones
UFC commentator Joe Rogan stated that he would choose Jon Jones over Tyson Fury. Fury was upset by Rogan’s statement and blasted him on social media. Fury’s fans and Jones joined in the troll to mock Fury for attacking Rogan. Fury issued an absurd apology less than 24 hours after the initial incident. Fury’s fans roasted him on Twitter for withdrawing yet again.
Tyson Fury will reportedly fight Andy Ruiz in order to defend his title. He might then fight Usyk in Saudi Arabia after the fight with Ruiz. Negotiations are in progress to have Joshua and Wilder on the same bill.