Tyson Fury shuts down UFC Jon Jones fight talk insisting bout must be under boxing rules
Tyson Fury is resolute in his stance against venturing into the realm of mixed martial arts (MMA) if he ever finds himself in a showdown with Jon Jones.
The paths of these two heavyweight superstars have converged, with Fury currently holding the esteemed WBC and The Ring titles, while Jones recently secured a vacant UFC belt in March.
Despite their mutual desire to face each other, they differ significantly in their vision for how such a potential bout should unfold.
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Fury recently dismissed the notion of stepping into the octagon to confront Jones. Eliciting a response from UFC President Dana White.
White asserted that he could orchestrate a Fury-Jones matchup, but it would be governed by MMA regulations.
Undeterred by the discourse, Tyson took to Instagram on Wednesday to emphasize his unwavering commitment to the sport of boxing.
Through an Instagram story, he reiterated his preference for a boxing match, solidifying his stance against entertaining the idea of engaging in MMA with Jones.
Fury’s dedication to the sweet science is evident in his words and actions. As an accomplished boxer, he aims to showcase his skill, finesse, and power within the confines of the squared circle.
While MMA offers a different set of challenges and strategies, Tyson remains steadfast in his belief that his talents are best suited for the noble art of boxing.
His refusal to “mess around” with MMA demonstrates his unwavering confidence in his abilities and his commitment to his chosen craft.
Tyson Fury made comments on Jon Jones bout
The ongoing dialogue between Fury, Jones, and White has ignited a spark of anticipation among combat sports enthusiasts.
While fans may yearn for a matchup that transcends the boundaries of disciplines, it seems that Fury’s focus remains on the sweet science.
Leaving the potential crossover spectacle to remain a tantalizing but unlikely proposition.
“If you guys want to fight me it’s got to be under boxing rules,” Fury wrote in response to White’s comments. “I don’t roll round the floor, I stand up and punch.”
While maintaining his allegiance to boxing, Tyson has shown a slight inclination towards MMA in the past.
In 2019, he engaged in MMA training, collaborating with former UFC contender Darren Till to grasp the fundamentals of the discipline.
Additionally, Fury entertained the idea of a potential clash with Francis inside the cage, albeit under the regulations of boxing with four-ounce gloves.
These ventures into the MMA realm highlight Tyson’s versatility and willingness to explore different avenues within the combat sports landscape.
In his most recent boxing endeavor, Tyson demonstrated his prowess by securing a 10th-round TKO victory over Derek Chisora. Successfully defending his WBC title.
The triumph solidified Fury’s position as a dominant force in the heavyweight division and fueled further speculation about his future endeavors.
Meanwhile, Jon eagerly awaits news regarding his inaugural heavyweight title defense.
Despite discussions surrounding a possible matchup against Stipe Miocic. An official announcement has yet to materialise.
As anticipation builds for Jones’ next move, the MMA community eagerly awaits news of his next challenge in the heavyweight division.
The dynamic landscapes of both boxing and MMA offer tantalising possibilities for Tyson Fury and Jon, fueling the excitement of fans worldwide.
Whether they remain steadfast in their respective disciplines or eventually embrace cross-disciplinary matchups.
The allure of potential showdowns involving these elite fighters continues to captivate the imagination of combat sports enthusiasts.
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