Tyson Fury believes he could beat both Jon Jones and Francis Ngannou on the same night.
‘The Gypsy King’ is somewhat in limbo at the moment, as he has called out countless fighters in recent months, but is still yet to confirm a bout.
As such, Fury has moved on from attempting to fight fellow boxers such as Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua and instead he wants to take on MMA fighters.
“Here’s a thought,” Fury said on his Instagram story. “How about this, how about I fight Jon Jones and Francis Ngannou on the same night, how about that?
“That’s how much I value those two bums. Let’s go, boys.”
This comes after Fury has been going back and forth with both men recently on social media.
Fury claimed he could drink 15 pints of beer and still knockout Ngannou, labelling him a ‘stiff tramp’.
With that being said, ‘The Gypsy King’ has also made it clear that if he were to fight Ngannou and Jones it would be in the boxing ring and not a cage.
He recently bumped into UFC middleweight champion, Israel Adesanya, while attending his friend and training partner Joseph Parker’s most recent fight.
Adesanya urged Fury to move over to MMA and he replied: “Ah, no. Listen, I ain’t going in no cage. F*** you! I’m a straight-up boxer. Queensberry rules, brother.”