- Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou have invited UFC star Tom Aspinall to join them in the ring.
- It would be a cross-breed encounter between the two world heavyweight champions.
While the UFC man presents undisputed punch power, Aspinall has energized the consideration of kicks as a base to even the odds.
“I would be interested to see if them two fought, I’d like to see the fight, that would be awesome,” Aspinall told Sky Sports.
“Little gloves for sure, five-minute rounds, that would make it a little bit even.
I think they should do like first round boxing only, second round like boxing and low kicks and third round boxing, low kicks and clinching, something like that would make it a bit more even.
“If it’s going to be boxing with little gloves on I think it makes it more even to a degree but still, you’re talking about one of the best boxers that has ever lived. The chances are still pretty small.
“Obviously Ngannou hits like an absolute truck, he still has a puncher’s chance, bit if you put a couple of kicks in there and a bit of clinching and give minute rounds it would even it out a bit.”
Wrath has recently been shot preparation with British UFC middleweight Darren Till, wearing blended combative techniques gloves while tossing knees and elbows in an extreme focus cushion meeting.
“I’ve grappled with him [Fury] before, he’s interested in it,” added Aspinall. “I know he’s done bits of grappling, bits of kicks before, he was down in our gym training.
“He’s definitely got an interest in it. I’d love to see it though.”
Hybrid sessions have turned into a natural pursuit across battle sport, with undisputed light-middleweight champion Claressa Shields venturing into MMA and Kamaru Usman beforehand voicing his craving to take on Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, no doubt stirring up a lot of dissatisfaction for UFC president Dana Whyte.
The worthwhile monetary prizes of such an occasion were underlined when Floyd Mayweather Jr went head to head with Conor McGregor in 2017, with boxing’s robust battle handbags filling in as a critical purpose for Ngannou’s longing for any expected new agreement with UFC to give him the opportunity to hop between the two disciplines.
Aspinall, be that as it may, has cautioned against contenders underrating a troublesome progress.
“If he [Fury] wants to fight in the UFC under UFC rules I think he’d need a couple of years to prepare at least,” said Aspinall.
“The switch between boxing and MMA is much more difficult than people think, I think for an MMA fighter to think they can go across and box world class boxers is ignorant and the other way around. It’s ignorant thinking.
“I love to box, but I’d need a year at least to just box. It’s quite the transition.”
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