This was in response to Joe Rogan’s comments in which he stated that Jones would overpower Fury in a fight.
In response, Fury alleged that he would remain undefeated under any combat sport rules. That is when Jones responded by suggesting that Dana White get involved in making the fight happen.
Thereafter, the ‘Gypsy King’ distanced himself from the Octagon by suggesting that Jones should face him in the ring since he is not a ‘cage fighter.’
With that being said, White has now had his say: “If Tyson Fury really wants to fight Jon Jones in the UFC, I will make it happen. Here’s my thing: Right now, Tyson, if you’re serious, let me know.
“Tyson and I have a good relationship. I like Tyson Fury. We can talk all we want. Tyson can talk, Jon Jones can talk, I can talk, we can all talk. Let’s do it.”
Despite this being the case, both fighters have their future occupied with other names. Fury is reportedly in talks to face Demsey McKean in Australia.
As for Jones, he is expected to face Stipe Miocic in November. So, for now, the bout is someway off.