DANA WHITE UPDATE ON FRANCIS NGANNOU VS JON JONES IN 2024, ALEX PEREIRA VS JIRI UFC 303 | UFC NEWS

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Dana White has often suggested that Francis Ngannou left the UFC to avoid fighting Jon Jones, leading to a strained relationship between the two. However, White's growing connections with Turki Alalshikh might pave the way for cross-promotion fights in the UFC. With Riyadh Season sponsoring the Noche UFC event at The Sphere after hosting several major boxing and MMA events, the possibility is being explored. #FrancisNgannou #JonJones #UFC303 When asked about the potential for Riyadh Season to facilitate a collaboration with Ngannou again, White commented during the UFC 303 post-press conference: “I think what this guy [Alalshikh] has accomplished in such a short time is incredible. We’re discussing various options with him. I respect and like him, so we’ll see what the future holds.” UFC 306 marks the first time the promotion has had a title partner. With new stakeholders involved, a matchup between Ngannou and UFC heavyweights like Aspinall and Jones may be on the horizon. Reason
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