Tyson Fury impersonated The Undertaker during victory over Braun Strowman

Tyson Fury defeated Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel

Tyson Fury's WWE career got off to the perfect start in Saudi Arabia.

The Englishman took on Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel and defeated the American on his debut by count-out after a right hand punch.

A successful debut for the heavyweight boxer and he produced a rather iconic moment during the bout.

While sprawled out on the canvas, Fury decided to pay tribute to The Undertaker by producing one of his legendary sit-ups.

The guy is simply box office.


It's not the first time Fury has impersonated the Undertaker.

Back in December, the Gypsy King was knocked to the floor by Deontay Wilder in the 12th round and no one thought it was possible for him to return to his feet.

But with the count at five, Fury somehow woke up and climbed to his feet with relative ease, much to the astonishment of fans worldwide.

In the aftermath, several memes were created with The Undertaker's infamous gong dubbed over videos of Fury's miraculous revival.

Wilder knocks Fury to the canvas

The Englishman's current contract with the WWE was for one fight only, with a rematch against Wilder set for February 22 in Las Vegas.

However, Fury has stated in the build-up to Crown Jewel that he is enjoying the lifestyle of a wrestler and could feature in the sport in the future.

There are also rumours of the Gypsy King considering a move into MMA.

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