Francis Ngannou UFC release: Dana White says Ngannou was offered a bigger contract than WWE star Brock Lesnar- ‘He turned the deal down’

Francis Ngannou UFC release: The former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Nagannou is now a free agent. The president of UFC, Dana White…

Francis Ngannou UFC release: Dana White says Ngannou was offered a bigger contract than WWE star Brock Lesnar

Francis Ngannou UFC release: The former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Nagannou is now a free agent. The president of UFC, Dana White said that the Cameroon-born fighter was offered the deal that would have made him the highest heavyweight athlete in UFC history ever. Dana added that his contract would be higher than the American-born wrestler Brock Lesnar or any other fighter in the heavyweight category. The Predator is now a free agent after the statement of American business man White. WWE star Lesnar was paid $2.5 million for his appearance in UFC. Follow UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN.

The kickboxer Francis has been a prolific figure in the UFC, who rose the ladders of success through spectacular knockouts. Francis has knockout Stipe Miocic, Cain Velasquez, Alistair Overeem, and many others in devastating fashion, Ngannou is currently one of the most feared fighters in the world. He was rumoured to be in talks to sign with the PFL MMA, where Jake Paul recently made a move and announced to host a separate PPV Category. Besides, the ex-UFC champion can also face a heavyweight boxer to begin witnessing multi-million paydays.UFC will continue the heavyweight division with a potential Jones vs Gane super-fight, which will be Jon Jones’ return to action since facing Dominick Reyes in February 2020.

Francis Ngannou UFC release: Dana White says Ngannou was offered a bigger contract than WWE star Brock Lesnar- ‘He turned the deal down’

Francis Ngannou UFC release: Dana White says Ngannou was offered a bigger contract than WWE star Brock Lesnar- 'He turned the deal down'

Brock Lesnar has achieved global fame through his stints at the wrestling promotion WWE and Mixed Martial Arts promotion Ultimate Fighting Competition (UFC), where he has won multiple titles. Lesnar held the UFC heavyweight title for more than 700 days and defended his title twice in that stint. He was one of the greatest all-time UFC heavyweight titleholders.

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