Dana White reacts to Jon Jones' choice to vacate UFC Light Heavyweight title

June 3, 2020 by Jack Ol

It doesn't appear as though Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President, Dana White, is losing any rest after probably the greatest star, Jon Jones, reported via web-based networking media that he'd clear his Light Heavyweight title. In a short articulation to Vancouver Courier, White said that if Jones chooses to leave the organization and resign, he's made all that anyone could need cash with the advancement to have the option to settle on that decision.

Jon Jones is one of the greatest to ever do it. The decision he wants to make regarding his career is up to him. The reality is that he’s made enough money from fighting that he’s now in the position to retire and never work again in his life.” said White.

"Bones" declared his choice late Sunday (May 31, 2020) following quite a while of to and fro disagreements with White in regards to his salary raise solicitation to fight Francis Ngannou. As indicated by White, the Light Heavyweight champion needed Deontay Wilder-type cash as much as $15 to $30 million, while "Bones" denied such cases, expressing that real figures were never talked about.

At long last, Jones chose he had enough of White's "lies" and stunned the battle world by expressing he'd express goodbye to the title he's defended multiple times(11 times), recently against Dominick Reyes at UFC 247 prior this year.

To the extent resigning, that doesn't appear to be the situation for Jones, as he never referenced he would quit battling by and large. Be that as it may, in the event that he needs to battle for another advancement, he will need to persuade White and Co. to really discharge him from his agreement, which will be another fight in itself.