Sport 'If you want to make some real money come see the GK' - Tyson Fury issues challenge to Francis Ngannou

17:14  23 january  2022
17:14  23 january  2022 Source:   dazn.com

Opinion: The Pope is wrong. Choosing to have few or no children is the opposite of selfish

  Opinion: The Pope is wrong. Choosing to have few or no children is the opposite of selfish Pope Francis' comments this week that couples opting for pets instead of children were acting selfishly has reinvigorated an important and timely debate about the future of our species, writes Alistair Currie. However, the pontiff's comments, Currie continues, are wholly wrong."Today we see a form of selfishness. We see that people do not want to have children, or just one and no more. And many, many couples do not have children because they do not want to, or they have just one -- but they have two dogs, two cats ... Yes, dogs and cats take the place of children," the Pope told an audience at the Vatican Wednesday.

After beating Cyril Gane on Saturday night, UFC world heavyweight champion Cyril Gane is now no longer under contract with the world's leading MMA promotion.

As a result there is now a chance Ngannou could swap the Octagon for a boxing ring and has been actively pursuing a fight with the WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury over recent weeks.

The pair have been going back and forth on social media, and Fury has now had his say on Ngannou's victory over Gane.

Boxing was Ngannou's original passion and is known as the hardest puncher in the UFC. However, recent disputes over pay has resulted in the 35-year-old running down his contract and potentially leaving the MMA world behind.

It remains to be seen as to whether Fury vs. Ngannou will get made, but if a deal is reached, it's a fight which would certainly capture the imaginations of combat sports fans across the world.

Francis Ngannou airs his grievances with UFC: 'I don't feel like I've been treated good' .
ANAHEIM, Calif. – doesn't feel like he's getting a fair shake from the UFC. The UFC heavyweight champion is hoping for some change in his fighting career, but not inside the octagon where he's thriving, but outside. Ngannou (17-3 MMA, 12-2 UFC) retained his UFC…ANAHEIM, Calif. – Francis Ngannou doesn’t feel like he’s getting a fair shake from the UFC.

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