Athletistic/Boxing. Former UFC champion, Cameroonian fighter Francis Ngannou, expressed his dissatisfaction with the judges’ decision during a fight with WBC world heavyweight champion, Briton Tyson Fury. The fight ended with Fury winning in the tenth round via split decision. It should be noted that the British boxer was knocked down in the third round.

“Tyson should thank these two judges for the fact that I didn’t win this fight,” Ngannou wrote on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

The Briton has 35 fights in the professional ring, of which he won 34, and one fight ended in a draw.

For Francis Ngannou, this performance marked his debut in professional boxing. Previously, the Cameroonian had competed in 20 mixed martial arts fights, during which he had 17 victories and suffered three defeats.

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