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Given that Ngannou is the former UFC heavyweight champion and Fury is the current WBC heavyweight champion, the fact that the bout will take place in a boxing ring provides Fury a significant edge.
Having said that, Ngannou has had some experience sparring with top heavyweights because he has previously fought Joe Joyce.
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Francis Ngannou’s Sparring With “Muhammad Ali” Joe Joyce and Underestimating Predicts KO For Fury- ‘2 Rounds It’s Over
Francis Ngannou’s boxing skills have received an unexpected evaluation from British heavyweight Joe Joyce.
Joyce used Ngannou as a sparring partner before his fight with Daniel Dubois three years ago, so he has prior experience confronting the former UFC heavyweight champion in the ring.
As Ngannou prepares to take on WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury later this year, Joyce talked about the sparring and expressed her admiration for the Cameroonian’s strength.
Even “The Juggernaut,” who is renowned for his steel fortitude and extraordinary punching power, was awestruck by Ngannou’s strength.
Billy Joe Saunders Underestimates ‘Bum’ Francis Ngannou’s Sparring With “Muhammad Ali” Joe Joyce and Predicts KO For Fury- ‘2 Rounds It’s Over’
It was enjoyable to spar with him, he remarked. He is a natural freak. He is incredibly powerful. Most of the time, I was attempting to elude those powerful shots to prevent having my skull severed.
As a dig at Joyce’s defensive prowess, one Twitter user retorted: “Christ he must have some power if Joyce was moving his head.”
Before Saunders intervened and said that he had witnessed Joyce and Ngannou’s fight, the former world champion at two weights.
Joe’s enormous bum made him look like Muhammad Ali throughout their fight. stated Saunders.
Following that, Saunders made the following prediction for Ngannou’s forthcoming fight with Fury: “2 rounds it’s over.”