Only two weeks away from their fight at WWE Crown Jewel, two monsters came face to face on WWE Raw to make the fans excited. It was Braun Strowman and Tyson Fury who appeared in the ring to put their signs on the dotted lines. This time around, they were able to keep their heads cool as the announced contract signing segment went by properly.
WWE Hall of Famer Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler was present in the ring as the host between the two competitors of the huge matchup at Crown Jewel. Braun Strowman was the first one to appear in the ring leading some ‘get these hands’ chants. Tyson Fury followed him next to the ring to create a sight that the fans love to see. These two tore the house down, last week and the WWE Universe was certainly ready to see the repeat telecast, again.
Braun Strowman has become a member of the Friday Night SmackDown but he had a business remaining on WWE Raw in the form of this contract signing. So he had the mic in hand and went ahead saying that Tyson Fury must not think of using Strowman as the stepping stone of his pro-wrestling career. The Boxer is stepping his foot into his world on October 31st and he better be ready to get a dose of that.
— WWE (@WWE) October 15, 2019
Tyson Fury replied saying that he is looking to step into a WWE ring and knock out The Monster Among Men in a show of his dominance. Braun Strowman then went ahead to demonstrate his power by breaking the contract signing table. Fury then wisely signed on the contract paper and then he broke the pen in two halves to showcase his strength. An intense staredown finished the segment to hype up the Crown Jewel matchup confirmed by WWE.com,
“The world is about to find out if Braun Strowman will experience the full fury or if Tyson Fury will Get These Hands when the Superstar battles the boxer at WWE Crown Jewel. What will happen when The Gypsy King clashes with The Monster Among Men? Find out when WWE Crown Jewel emanates from the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, streaming live on WWE Network on Thursday, Oct. 31, at 8 p.m. AST/1 p.m. ET.”