White continues to criticize Ngannou

UFC CEO Dana White has once again criticized the promotion's former heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.

The Cameroonian will fight his second fight in professional boxing on March 8 in the Saudi capital, Riyadh - facing former unified heavyweight division champion Brit Anthony Joshua.

"What's the point of him fighting Joshua? It doesn't make sense to me. Anthony this week called that fight a production. And that's one of the biggest problems with boxing at the moment: it's all about these useless fights, so we don't have that in the league.

That's not what I'm doing. Francis doesn't want to take risks, and he obviously didn't want to take the risk of taking the fight with Jon Jones - and after we saw what happened to Cyril Gagne, I don't blame him. I think the result of his fight with Jones would have been exactly the same and I'm sure most fans think so and I'm sure Francis does too," White was quoted as saying by Sport Bible.