WWE News: Tyson Fury Teases Appearance At Wrestlemania 36, Again
Tyson Fury made his WWE debut at Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia on October 31st. He faced Braun Strowman to pick up a victory via count-out in a match that was quite good.
As a first-timer in the wrestling ring, his inaugural match went down quite well that led us to believe that the boxer is not done with the WWE, yet.
The recent interview with Tyson Fury with TalkSport.com fuelled up the rumors even more as the Heavyweight Boxing Champion stated that he looks forward to competing for more in WWE.
Apparently, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was very much impressed with Tyson Fury and his debut for the company at Crown Jewel.
“Vince McMahon said he has recruited sports stars from all different sports and he has never seen anyone come into their game, have a couple of training sessions, and pick it up like that. I looked like a natural in there!” Fury claimed.
The seven-footer then went on to claim that the door is always open to return when it comes to WrestleMania 36. He also wanted to face Brock Lesnar as a specific opponent at the showcase of immortals,
“We have left the door open. WrestleMania is coming up in April so who knows – never say never.
Yeah, look, I’d fight Brock Lesnar in the drop of a heartbeat.”
The pro-wrestling debut of Tyson Fury may have been appreciated by the WWE Universe but the boxing world did not like it much.
So he talked about how his promoter Frank Warren and others in the boxing industry weren’t happy about his WWE gigs. They are concerned about his February 2020 boxing rematch with Deontay Wilder,
“Frank Warren didn’t know about it until he saw me live on Fox Network fighting!,” Tyson Fury said.
“It didn’t go down to well with management, promoters, trainers, family. Everyone was saying ‘oh the Wilder fight, you are going to get injured.'”
Fury made one last appearance on WWE programming on a taped edition of SmackDown from his hometown of Manchester, England.
He called out Strowman into the ring to show what a tag team with The Monster among Men could look like. These two destroyed The B Team standing tall together to end Fury’s current WWE stint.
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