Why Vince McMahon May Not Sign Tyson Fury In WWE For WrestleMania?
A lot of speculations have been going on regarding the return of Tyson Fury in the WWE for the biggest event of the year. This year it appears to be one of the rare occasions where we can expect to have plenty of surprising returns once Royal Rumble kicks off the Road to WrestleMania. The pro boxer is said to be one of the supposed comebacks in the WWE.
It is being wildly speculated that Tyson Fury will indeed be competing at WrestleMania 36 in a match that is yet to be sketched. The show slated on April 5th is going to be a perfect place according to the officials where Fury can showcase his wrestling skills.
This is why there are also rumors that the big man may just decide to show up at the Royal Rumble match, itself on January 26th.
However, that is not possible until and unless Tyson Fury signed a contract with the WWE in due course. WrestleVotes noted that signs are positive that the undefeated boxer will wrestle at WrestleMania 36.
But whether Vince McMahon signs him with a deal depends on his upcoming fight against Deontay Wilder in February. Here’s more in a report carried by wrestlingINC.com,
“The new report from WV notes that WWE sources say Fury’s boxing match against Deontay Wilder on February 22 is crucial to his appearance at WrestleMania. If Wilder gets the win, Vince McMahon isn’t going to throw big money at a man who just lost a fight on pay-per-view.”
Previously, reports claimed that WWE was planning a match between Brock Lesnar and Tyson Fury for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. But that match has been scrapped, as of now which may have happened since Fury is uncertain to appear at the biggest event of the year. So for now, there’s no concrete update on who Fury might face on April 5th.
We should note that Tyson Fury made his WWE in-ring debut at Crown Jewel back on October 31st in Saudi Arabia. He defeated Braun Strowman via count-out to keep his streak intact. Fury then appeared on the post-PPV episode of SmackDown to team up with Strowman to take out The B Team.
This ended the bad blood between the two big men and brought them on the same page. So there’s a chance of seeing them in a tag team match.
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