Each Jon Jones and the UFC discover themselves at a crossroads in regards to the concept of Jones’ ascension to the heavyweight division.

Nonetheless, neither get together is keen to concede to the opposite’s calls for. Which means that a super-fight between Bones and Francis Ngannou looks like a distant dream, for now. 

Jones lately took to social media to voice his issues in regards to the statements made by UFC President Dana White. The MMA kingpin opened up in regards to the negotiations between Jones and the promotion, throughout an interview.

Seemingly, Jones was having none of it, he blasted White in a collection of rants. Contemplating his outrage, it will not have been inaccurate to imagine that Jones might have been feuding with the promotion.

Nonetheless, he issued an replace relating to the problem, clarifying that their conflict has not led to any unhealthy blood between them. He claims that it’s nothing greater than a distinction of opinion.

The promotion thwarted the UFC light-heavyweight champion’s plans of transferring as much as the heavyweight division. A plan that has been in place for years and was initially agreed upon by the UFC, or so he claims.

Jones took to social media in a bid to make clear that he was not asking for an “absurd sum of money” and calls White out for mendacity and deceptive the fan. Nonetheless, the precise figures that lie within the midst of this controversy are nonetheless unknown.

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Jon Jones refuses to again down

Unsurprisingly, Bones just isn’t one in all fall again on the first signal of resistance. He has revealed his intentions of gunning for a battle towards Francis Ngannou relentlessly.

Initially, Bones hoped for a heavier battle purse for placing all the things on the road towards Ngannou, and rightly so. In a battle between Jones and Ngannou, the latter doesn’t have a lot to lose.

Then again, if Jones takes a battle towards The Predator, his gentle heavyweight title lies within the steadiness aside from his streak of 18 unbeaten fights.



Nonetheless, with the specter of the Coronavirus pandemic looming over their heads, the UFC’s reluctance to compensate Jones, the best way he would like, comes as no shock.

Nonetheless, Jones just isn’t trying to surrender on his transfer to the heavyweight division anytime quickly. But it could possibly be a very long time earlier than we see him contained in the octagon alongside a number of the hardest hitters within the promotion.

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