Conor McGregor names Francis Ngannou’s biggest problem

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Former UFC two-weight champion Conor McGregor has commented on news that former UFC heavyweight title holder Francis Ngannou has signed with the PFL, where he plans to debut next year.

“First of all, I’m happy for Francis – he did what he wanted,” the Irishman said in an interview with Ariel Helwani. “But I still think he should have come to an agreement with the UFC. Because who will he fight? Who will he fight if he’s going to reach the general public? There is nobody there”

“I can’t think of a single match that can be said to be of great importance. It is commendable that his opponents will receive at least two million dollars, and as I said, I am happy for him. I just don’t see any noise in this announcement. I don’t see a name that will make me stand up”

Before returning to mixed martial arts, the Cameroonian heavyweight is going to try his hand at professional boxing before the end of this year and expects to share the ring with one of the strongest heavyweights in the world.

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