The color is mine. This aspect of QCD is opposite and unusual to well understood concept that the bond weakens as the separation increases and vice versa. I am attempting to associate this opposite behavior to Gravity, but that will be taken up later; the point for discussion here is, if so how a black hole singularity can form? During the formation of singularity (towards point) the separation between quarks (of a Neutron) will reduce, a kind of continued freeing of quarks, will that not result into release of energy and subsequent loss of mass? I think it will and it will not let the singularity form.