Tyson Fury: Update emerges on his WWE future after Triple H meeting

Tyson Fury held talks with Triple H over a WWE return

Tyson Fury recently spoke to Triple H about what the future could hold for him within the WWE.

The undefeated boxer wrestled one match for WWE in 2019 and was most recently at Clash at the Castle in September 3.

While he didn’t work a match at the big UK stadium show, fans are in no doubt that the 34-year-old will wrestle for WWE again.

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Speaking with Sporting News for a recent interview, Head of WWE Creative Triple H revealed he recently had a lengthy meeting with Tyson Fury.

During the meeting, HHH spoke to ‘The Gyspy King’ about potentially doing some more work with WWE in the future.

Triple H said that Fury is itching to get back into the ring, but suggested that could be the boxing ring rather than the WWE ring, via WrestleTalk.

Tyson Fury is chomping at the bit to get in the ring. The question is which ring will he get into? Is it going to be the boxing ring or is it going to be the WWE ring? We were just together in Cardiff, we had a long talk. He’s as enamored as ever in wanting to do this with us.

Triple H stressed that he thinks Fury has a few more fights left in him in the boxing ring, but hopes that he remains passionate about WWE and wants to work with them in the future.

I think he knows he’s got a few big fights left in him in the boxing world. I think he’s going to capitalize on those fights. Selfishly, I want him to come work with us. Also selfishly, I want to see those fights. So, I hope he knocks those out and I hope he stays interested because I do think with the dedication and the drive that he could do something special with us as well.

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Tyson Fury made his in-ring debut at Crown Jewel in October 2019, beating former Universal Champion Braun Strowman via countout.

Many fans expected Fury to wrestle at Clash at the Castle in September, but it seems like the two parties couldn’t come to an agreement and a match didn’t come to fruition.

However, as noted, Fury was in attendance for the show, knocking out Austin Theory to prevent him from interfering in the show’s main event between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre.

Fury also got into the ring after the match before the show went off the air, shaking Roman’s hand before doing the same with McIntyre, evening signing with the Scotsman in a rather strange segment.

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