Tyson Fury's wrestling debut ended successfully, as he conquered the 'Monster Among Men' Braun Strowman.
The world has been waiting in anticipation for the lineal heavyweight boxing champion of the world to make his WWE debut, and he did it in style in Saudi Arabia's capital.
Fury's entrance of course was a spectacle, as the Isley Brothers blared out inside the King Fahd International Stadium, with Fury dressed head-to-toe in a traditional Middle Eastern tunic.
The Gypsy King showed some good athleticism in the early stages, and on the outside of the ring countered Strowman's shoulder tackle with an assisted dropkick.
For a complete novice, he certainly impressed and at one point in the match he even sat up like The Undertaker following a Strowman attack.
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But Fury eventually landed a powerful right hand to the face of Strowman as he was climbing back into the ring, and Strowman couldn't make the 10-count - making Fury the winner by count-out.
Strowman got the last laugh after slamming Fury to the mat post-match, but Fury's debut was a successful one, and also a victorious one.
It's doubtful that Fury will be back anytime soon in WWE as he has a rematch with Deontay Wilder to think about in early 2020.
Providing that he didn't suffer any kind of injury against Strowman, that match should be set in stone, should Wilder defeat Luis Ortiz on November 23.
No doubt Fury would be welcomed back to WWE with open arms though if he wants to, maybe in WrestleMania season?News Now - Sport News