The debut of Tyson Fury in a WWE ring is now less than a week away.
Fury wasn't seen on WWE programming this week, with the Gypsy King being involved in a huge press junket yesterday to promote the Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia that he has top billing on.
Boxers have come and gone before in WWE, such as Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather, and Fury's appearances have to be in the same bracket as those.
It came completely out of the blue and it wasn't long after he suffered a horrific facial injury that he was appearing on SmackDown and confronting Braun Strowman.
The two have gotten into both physical and verbal warfare in weeks gone by, and they'll finally settle their differences inside the ring in Riyadh on Thursday.
Fury has been training especially hard to become a wrestler for the night, and as of right now his match is scheduled to be a one time thing, as he's scheduled to box Deontay Wilder again in February 2020.
The gargantuan Brit hasn't ruled out doing something further down the line with WWE though, and it seems like he wants another combat sport star to join him.
"I would 100% like to welcome Conor [McGregor] into the WWE," Fury told Dublin Live.
"I could fight him, I would welcome him in, but who knows, maybe McGregor and I could be a tag team dream team?"
Could you imagine the promos they'd cut if WWE let them both loose with unscripted segments?
If you had to pick two fighters who have the charisma and personality to be WWE superstars, you'd just have to pick Fury and McGregor.
McGregor has already had interactions with Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch multiple times, telling her to call him when 'she needs proper backup', with fans thinking that there may be a tag team match set up somewhere down the line against The Rock and Ronda Rousey.
But if Fury got his own way, he'd be the one pairing up with the Irishman - and we'd LOVE to see it happen!News Now - Sport News