Frustrated Francis Ngannou received a & # 39; ticket & # 39; dancing at Walt Harris

Former UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) heavyweight title contender Francis Ngannou wants to return to his 265-pound title shot. But that's not something you can do on the couch at home. Explain what you hear on social media.

Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like it promised to give “The Predator” the winner of the Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier rubber match after this promotion crashed at some point in early 2020. And Jon Jones demands a super fight. I fell in deafness.

Maybe he just needs a "ticket".

“Who sent Ngannou a little frustrated article today. He mentioned my name. Harris told MMA Fighting. “If you are directed by Alistair, you will know what I have been here. Derek Lewis. All these heavyweights, I feel like hanging out with them all. I feel like I have to change something on the table and prepare it myself. I want to go up here. ”

Harris (13-7, 1 NC) may not be able to reach Ngannou (77 inches) compared to 83 inches, but he finished all 13 wins with a 6-inch taller, brutal knockout (sample). In addition, he did not get lost in four trips to the cage, ranking 10th in the division rankings.

Harris can certainly improve his position with a definite finish through the longtime veteran Alistair Overeem. "The Big Ticket" is UFC's title for the ESPN 7 event opposite "Demolition Man" at the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC on Saturday, December 7, 2019 (see here for details).

You know if a “predator” can wait that long.


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