JON JONES continued to train hard to make the transition from lightweight to lightweight heavyweight easier. It is not known whether he will fight the heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou, but if it goes according to plan, the unbeaten champion of the light heavyweight division wants to be the best prepared for it.
After Jones first asked for a large amount of money for the Cameroonian game, then insulted Dan White and asked the organization to write a letter claiming that he was not respected enough, negotiations are still going on. Despite this, he continued to implement a plan to build muscle mass in order to be prepared for battle when this happens.
“I think it will be a struggle and the UFC will do the right thing in the end. This will be one of the greatest battles of this generation, and it will be sad if it does not happen. “Jones is convinced that his goal is to become a heavyweight champion.
For him, whether the belt has nothing to do with Ngannou or who might beat him. But he is preparing for a conflict with the current champion.
“We are training, we focus on the things we can control, that is to get the best shape, because I think the only way to fight better. People want to see two Titans. Francis is already and I am trying to be one. I want to look like a Titan, and I want to be the same size as him or even bigger during the game. I have a lot of work to do. I hope to fight. Jones said.