Francis Ngannou Confident Tyson Fury Will Hit The Canvas In Boxing Match

Francis Ngannou confident he can take Tyson Fury out.

Francis Ngannou
Francis Ngannou

Francis Ngannou believes he will shock the world on October 28.

Ngannou is set to make his pro boxing debut against Tyson Fury in a fight many fans are looking forward to. Heading into the bout, Fury is a massive betting favorite and many expect him to run through Ngannou.

However, Francis Ngannou has been taking his preparation seriously and he feels like working with Mike Tyson has him ready to shock the world.

“I’ve been studying him for the past three years, I’ve been to some of his fights… I’m super ready, Ngannou said to TMZ Sports. “I’m very excited about that fight. I’m getting ready. From Saturday, we’re 9 weeks out, a good amount of time to get those hands fast [and] strong.”

Not only is Francis Ngannou feeling prepared to box Tyson Fury, but he thinks he has the power to KO the Brit.

Ngannou vows to KO Fury

Although Fury is undefeated, he was dropped and nearly knocked out by Deontay Wilder. According to Francis Ngannou, he believes if he lands a punch like that, he will KO Tyson Fury.

“What doesn’t matter is what he says. What matters is what is going to happen in Saudi,” Ngannou said. “In Saudi, he’s going to hit the canvas, I can tell you that. He’s going to the canvas, I don’t know how you call that, but he’s going to the canvas. He’s good at coming back We gonna find out how good he is, but he’s gonna hit that canvas.”

If Francis Ngannou knocks out Tyson Fury, it would be one of the biggest upsets in sporting history. Not many people are giving Ngannou much of a chance to win, but he has all the confidence he will shock the world. 

Should Ngannou KO Fury, it would also set up another massive payday as he would get a rematch with the Brit.

Published on August 29, 2023 at 10:29 am
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