Tyson Rage recognizes his extreme fight against Francis Ngannou, barely winning a 10-round challenge in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Many scrutinized the scoring for Anger. Nonetheless, Fierceness credits Ngannou for the test, expressing he didn’t misjudge him.
Anger, regardless of being the #1, felt the force of Ngannou in Cycle 3 yet viewed the battle in a serious way all along. He accepts that misjudging rivals prompts extreme evenings in boxing.
He credits the knockdown to a snare to the rear of his head and doesn’t feel overpowered by Ngannou’s punches. Eddie Hearn censured Fierceness’ exhibition, yet Rage excuses the remarks, considering Hearn a “frankfurter.”
Wrath’s next session is supposed to be against Oleksandr Usyk, intending to bind together all significant heavyweight titles. Notwithstanding recognizing his timing was off, Wrath attributes Ngannou’s exhibition and anticipates the following test.