Tyson Fury's progress in WWE ring has 'blown away' Triple H

Triple H gets in the middle of both Braun Strowman and Tyson Fury

In just nine days time, the WWE Universe will get to witness the lineal heavyweight champion of the boxing world compete in his first wrestling match ever.

Despite having a rematch with Deontay Wilder lined-up, British giant Tyson Fury has decided to wander over into the world of sports entertainment.

And you can't say he isn't a perfect fit - he's got the athleticism, the charisma, and he's shown that he can hold his own on the microphone.

His worked punches left a lot to be desired during his big brawl on Raw a couple of weeks ago with Braun Strowman, but if any of the 'security guards' felt the actual force of a Fury punch, they'd be seeing stars for a couple of weeks.

Tyson Fury and Braun Strowman will go at it at Crown Jewel on October 31

Fury has been so enthusiastic to step foot into the ring, despite the advice given to him by both his family and his boxing promoter Frank Warren, but expectations will surely be low given he's never wrestled before in his life.

Triple H's words this week though may raise the expectations ten-fold, as the King of Kings has revealed that Fury is coming on leaps and bounds inside the squared circle.

"I was blown away," Triple H told Bleacher Report. I sent Vince [McMahon] a video of him about 45 minutes after the first day he was at the Performance Center, and I said, 'You're not going to believe this, look at what he's already doing.'

"He picks it up so quickly because he's so laser-focused on it. He wants to put on this epic show. He has the desire for it to be great.

Triple H has been impressed with Tyson Fury's progression

"He's asking for more; he wants more; he's jumping in with both feet.

"It's almost like having to pull the reins back a little bit to get him to slow down and say, 'maybe we don't want to do that quite yet.' It's amazing to see that level of dedication."

If Fury is looking as good as Triple H says he is, then we could be in for a bit of a shock come October 31.

Many won't be expecting anything advanced from the Gypsy King, but he will be looking to prove the doubters wrong in Riyadh.

*Crown Jewel odds are subject to change

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