Tyson Fury has said that his fight with Braun Strowman may not be his only bout in the WWE – hinting that he could go up against the likes of Brock Lesnar and Cain Velasquez in the future.
Fury will take on Strowman on October 31st as the undefeated heavyweight steps over to the wrestling world.
He said: “This could be the first of many, depends on how we get along and how much damage I take on the 31st of October.
“Who knows, after Braun Strowman, who knows what lies beneath, maybe Cain Velasquez, maybe Brock Lesnar – who knows.”
Speaking of his own wrestling experience, Fury revealed that he has been wrestling his 6ft6 and 400 pound brother all his life.
“Me and my brother, we always used to wrestle each other, he’s 6-6 [6ft6] and 400 pounds.
“We’ve done it all our lives, but not like on this level, just like brotherly wrestling type thing, four or five of us, plenty of times.”
FRANK WARREN has hit back at Dereck Chisora telling him to “kiss his backside” after the heavyweight called him a “dinosaur”.
Chisora did not hold back ahead of his fight with David Price when he ranted about Warren and told him to retire.
Warren told iFL TV: “Listen, I’m a dinosaur?
“This dinosaur will be there with the heavyweight champion in Daniel Dubois when he [Chisora] is well and truly gone.
“Both guys (Chisora and David Price) turned down the opportunity to fight Daniel Dubois. One of them loses and it could be the end of their career.
“The future of heavyweight boxing is with the dinosaur. That’s where he’s at. This dinosaur will be around a little bit longer, so he shouldn’t worry about it.
“But, that’s another story.”
SUNSPORT EXCLUSIVE by Wally Downes Jr.
TYSON FURY has put his world title rematch with Deontay Wilder in jeopardy by going rogue and agreeing to WRESTLE 27st WWE superstar Braun Strowman.
Fury, the Manchester fighter of Irish Traveller descent, was ordered to rest for a minimum of two months after having 47 stitches above his eye following his bloody heavyweight points win over Otto Wallin last month.
But instead, he has signed a seven-figure fee to grapple with Strowman in a Saudi Arabia pay-per-view bout on October 31.
And the boxer's promoter Frank Warren fears it could end in a Halloween horror show.
He believed his star attraction was just making a guest appearance on a WWE chat show during a family holiday to Las Vegas.
He was left stunned when the Gypsy King announced the sensational showdown.
Fury admitted: “My promoter, my trainer and family have said, 'Don't take this fight because that guy is going to rip that cut open!'
“But it's up to me to not allow him to rip it open. It's worrying for the Wilder rematch, but I'm living in the moment.
“People say WWE is fake but it's been a hard reality. It's the most physically taxing sport I've ever been involved in.
“It's a brutal sport so there are going to be injuries but I'm not worried. I'm a prizefighter, a fighting man. I've been fighting my whole life.
“I fear no man. I am going to knock Strowman out.”