Francis Ngannou hones his expertise with new head coach Mike Tyson to make sure he can land his “biggest weapon” on Tyson Fury throughout their upcoming crossover conflict.
The pair will play a 12-round boxing match below the principles of the Marquess of Queensbury on October 28 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
It will likely be Ngannou’s first time ever participating in a sanctioned boxing combat, however he’s assured he can upset the chances towards the WBC heavyweight champion.
Known for his one-punch knockout energy, Ngannou is used to stopping his opponents shortly in MMA, however is conscious that boxing Fury will likely be a complete completely different ball sport.
‘The Predator’ expects it to be far more tough to land his neutralizer on Fury, however insists he’ll keep calm and watch for his second.
Francis Ngannou (left) has 12 knockout wins to his credit score from 20 MMA fights (17-3)
Tyson Fury (proper) may pack a punch and has gained his final 4 fights by stopping
“I know it will be very challenging for me,” stated Ngannou Sky Sports news.
“I don’t think I’ll get frustrated because I don’t go there expecting to hit him easily. I know it will be tough, maybe even harder for me than for him because he has a lot of experience.
“I am prepared for that, my mind is ready for that. I have that information, even in my training camp, I’m preparing for someone who is strong, not easy to hit, very well-rounded as a boxer, very durable.”
He added, “It’s about a delivery system. You can have a biggest weapon, but you also have to aim and hit the right target. We are shaping that skill to be able to deliver in the right direction so that we can get the result.”
Tyson, often called “Iron Mike,” not too long ago joined the Cameroonian MMA star at camp and can nook him that night time.
‘The Baddest Man on the Planet’ is impressed with Ngannou’s expertise and believes he has a ‘promising future’ within the sport.
If there’s one man who will help him obtain his signature knockout blow, it’s Tyson, who completed his storied profession with 44 of them out of fifty wins.
Ngannou groups up with Mike Tyson to make sure he can land his “biggest weapon” on Fury