WWE News: Tyson Fury Added On Smackdown, Wants Brock Lesnar At Wrestlemania
Tyson Fury fulfilled his lifelong dream of competing in the WWE with a huge matchup that took place at WWE Crown Jewel. He defeated Braun Strowman at the pay-per-view event via count-out and which would be a lifetime experience for him.
But if his words are to go by then it was definitely not the last time we have seen him competing inside the squared circle.
The world-famous boxer was a guest on Corey Graves’ new podcast “WWE After the Bell” recently to talk about different things. The host asked Tyson Fury about potentially continuing the WWE stint as he came up with a positive answer. Plus, he also named the next target that he is looking forward to during if his wrestling career remains intact.
The Gypsy King vs. The Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar should be the lineup as wished by the boxer. Tyson Fury openly admitted of willing to face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 36 by quoting the following,
“Hopefully you see me in the ring again and I want to fight Brock Lesnar next. One clip from the Gypsy King and Lesnar will wake up in Tokyo.
Who knows? It might happen at WrestleMania in Florida. Big shout-outs to Vince McMahon and everyone who works at WWE.”
WWE superstars had to go through an intense schedule around the year which seems strange to the outsiders. Tyson Fury got surprised with this but at the end of the day the hard-working seems to be paying off,
“I didn’t realize how much you had to work and travel but it was definitely worth it.”
WWE Universe could definitely witness Tyson Fury performing in more matches on TV as he is already working overtime. We thought that his current stint has come to an end at Crown Jewel. But WWE’s official website has already informed that he will appear on SmackDown with the following statements,
“In the wake of a debut victory at WWE Crown Jewel, Tyson Fury will head to Friday Night SmackDown this week on FOX.
As reported on WWE Backstage, The Gypsy King is slated to appear when the blue brand broadcasts from the lineal heavyweight champion’s hometown of Manchester, England.
With Fury in the building, Braun Strowman shouldn’t be far behind as the two brawlers have unfinished business. Are Fury and Strowman headed for another epic collision?”
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