“Man does everything folk think he can’t”: Francis Ngannou leaves fans awestruck after switching to pilot role

Francis Ngannou, UFC Heavyweight Champion, is currently over the clouds, be it in his career or in his latest posts. His two latest posts have created a buzz all over the internet. One has amazed the fans with his versatile personality, and another has silenced his critics.

Ngannou is gearing up for his much-anticipated bout against former World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Joshua after his controversial defeat to WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury. He is currently in training for his clash against AJ, which is scheduled for March 8.

Francis Ngannou amazes fans with his pilot skills

Francis is on a roll right now; he left the UFC as the reigning Heavyweight champion, gave a remarkable performance against boxing legend Tyson Fury and then signed a multi-million-dollar fight against former champion Anthony Joshua. And now his post is creating a buzz on the internet.

Recently, Francis Ngannou shared a post on X, where he was seen inside a Pilot’s cockpit. He said that he was ready to land and captioned the post as ‘Keeping my passengers saved’. His post has taken the internet by storm.

Fans are amazed by Ngannou’s versatility; seeing him inside the cockpit, some fans said that nothing is impossible for Ngannou. Another said everything that people think he can’t.

Francis Ngannou, a name that continues to grow and rise above the clouds, is seen working hard in training camp as he nears his bout against AJ.

Ngannou responds to critics

Francis Ngannou made his boxing debut against Tyson Fury in October 2023, but the unlucky bout ended in a defeat for him. After his controversial defeat against Fury, he is focused on seeking redemption and adding a win to his boxing career.

He is booked for a fight against Anthony Joshua on March 8 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Recently, he took to X and silenced the critics. He quoted some things said against him, “He got lucky last time. He won’t be able to block out the noise this time. He can’t do it again, can he?”

To which he responded, “We’ll see. Camp has started.”

It is now clear from his response that his training camp has started and he will definitely seek redemption against AJ on March 8. Usually fighters don’t reply to the outside noise and their critics, but Ngannou is obviously a special being and has declared that he will emerge in his bout against AJ. He even warned AJ recently, stating it would be easier for him to knock AJ out.


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