Tyson Fury has accepted an invitation to participate in WWE Monday Night Raw and had help from his children as he sent a video message to his foe on Saturday.
The ‘lineal’ heavyweight boxing champion had an altercation with Braun Strowman at SmackDown on Friday night and is now set to return after being asked back for an open mic session.
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Last night we attended @wwe smackdown as a life long fan, I was taunted & insulted by @braun_stroman things got heated,
Fury declared: “Hi, this is Tyson Fury, AKA the ‘Gypsy King’.
“Last night we attended WWE SmackDown for my son’s eighth birthday.
“Me as a lifelong WWE fan and my son – it’s his favourite thing to do – we went there for his birthday.
“I was insulted in front of my full family by Braun Strowman, it got a little bit heated and you saw what happened.
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“I’ve been invited to an open mic session on Monday Night Raw, I accept.
“I’ll be there, but if Braun Strowman doesn’t behave himself, he’ll get some of these hands, the big dosser.”
Fury is set to become the latest boxer to cross over and participate in wrestling, following in the footsteps of Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson.