It looks like WrestleMania 36 and Tyson Fury will be making some noise in Tampa, Florida in 2020. If the recent reports from Slice Wrestling are to go by then Crown Jewel was definitely not the last time that we have seen Fury competing in a WWE ring.
He was pretty overwhelmed with the experience had at the Saudi Arabia show and will look forward to featuring in more wrestling matches.
WWE and Tyson Fury haven’t yet agreed on a deal that could produce more appearances, as of now. But they are working on it as Fury is busy preparing for his next boxing fight in February 2020.
Only one month away from the programming will be Wrestlemania in Florida and who knows whether the WWE officials can convince him to compete in a fight that night.
Slice reported that WWE is pretty high on presenting more cross mainstream stars to heighten the company’s publicity and drawing power.
They have already used names like Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather, Rob Gronkowski, Cain Velasquez and Ronda Rousey in such bigger pay-per-view events. Now they are trying to lock in Tyson Fury for a much-hyped show line Wrestlemania 36,
“WWE plans to do the same with WrestleMania 36 and Tyson Fury. WWE and Tyson Fury are discussing plans for the “Gypsy King” to have a match at WrestleMania 36 in singles match or Tag-Team match with Braun Strowman as his partner. Tyson Fury enjoys wrestling and is said to be advancing significantly in his training as a professional wrestler.”
Tyson Fury holds an incredible record in professional boxing as mentioned below,
• 29 wins (20 via KO)
• 0 losses
• 1 draw
So, it’ll be interesting to see how WWE keeps his undefeated streak intact if more matches could be in the pipeline featuring The Gypsy King. He will not want to digest a loss in the scripted world, for sure.
But the bigger paychecks from the WWE will lead him back to the company as noted by the source. Fury reportedly also wants to work with Brock Lesnar at ‘Mania. Only time will tell whether WWE gives a green signal to it.