Tyson Fury's time in WWE could be one-and-done after Crown Jewel as he currently has no plans to continue wrestling after the show this week.
Tyson Fury will make his in-ring WWE debut at Crown Jewel on Thursday in Saudi Arabia when he takes on Braun Strowman.
During an interview with the Telegraph, The Gypsy King was asked about his future in WWE following the event on Halloween.
He responded by saying he had no future plans with WWE or wrestling once the Crown Jewel show is over later this week.
Fury said: "I’m an entertainer and fast learner, so I’ve been getting the best out of it. It’s taken my mind off boxing completely.
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“I wouldn’t be in training camp at the moment, anyway. But it gives me something to do. I didn’t want October and November off. I knew this would be a month-long job and I knew I would be busy.”
“Never say never, but I’ve got nothing planned for the future with wrestling.”
Fury is expected to return to boxing once his time in WWE is up. There are talks of him possibly having a second fight vs Deontay Wilder at some point during the first few months of 2020.
There are also talks of him possibly having an MMA fight in the near future too.
During an interview at the NFL London game this weekend, Fury revealed he was speaking to UFC star Conor McGregor about MMA, and that the Irishman was willing to train him.
He said: "[McGregor] just said, any time you’re ready, when you get the time, let’s go,” Fury continued. “Come over to Dublin, and we’ll start training. So, can’t wait! Gonna take him up on the offer.
"Who knows, who knows? We might be on a double-header. The Gypsy King and Conor McGregor. It even rhymes, doesn’t it? Double-header, Gypsy King and Conor McGregor!”
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