Tyson Fury is living the American dream in 2019.
After signing a lucrative promotional deal with ESPN, the lineal heavyweight champion has scored victories over Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin across the pond.
However, Fury suffered a nasty cut during the latter fight and will likely be forced to wait in the wings for a rematch with Deontay Wilder - assuming he can defeat Luis Ortiz again - in 2020.
But that isn't to say that Fury hasn't stepped in the ring since defending his lineal status and the Brit sensationally made an appearance in WWE this week.
Fury became embroiled in a feud with Braun Strowman after buying tickets to watch SmackDown and had to be restrained by security during a verbal exchange.
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Fury's feud with Strowman
And the 31-year-old eventually got his chance to go head-to-head with Strowman, getting involved in a scuffle in the ring after the WWE superstar mocked him for the Wilder knockdown.
A large group of security guards were once again deployed, but they could do little as Fury went charging across the canvas and threw a series of close-quarter punches.
It was a clash from which Strowman largely emerged unscathed, but the same can't be said about Cesaro after Monday Night Raw went off air this week.
Fury knocks out Cesaro
While Strowman was making his exit, Fury decided to stay in the ring and made Cesaro the focus of his verbal jibes and received huge applause for goading the ex-United States champion.
Although the broadcast had ended, footage of what happened next has survived and footage from the crowd has showed that Fury is more than comfortable against the WWE roster.
Events quickly escalated as Fury sent his opponent crashing to the canvas with two right hands, leaving Cesaro visibly dazed as he attempted to get back to his feet.
And it brings an end to what's been a dramatic few days for Fury, who could continue his WWE adventure at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view event on October 31.
It seems a smart move by Fury to further promote himself in the States and accumulate hype for what appears to be an inevitable rematch with Wilder.
Poor attendances at both the Schwarz and Wallin fights shows that Fury needs all the expose he can get and sending Cesaro crashing to the canvas will do him no harm at all.News Now - Sport News