World-renowned boxer, Tyson Fury, currently has the world of boxing eagerly anticipating his next moves. On October 28th in Saudi Arabia, he's slated to face UFC legend Francis Ngannou in a boxing match. While this will be an official bout, Tyson Fury's WBC Heavyweight Title remains untouched.
Subsequent to this, a clash with Oleksandr Usyk awaits Tyson Fury. The WBA, WBO, and IBF Heavyweight Champion is set to meet Tyson Fury in the ring soon, with the specifics still under discussion. This eagerly-awaited bout will mark the first declaration of the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World since the turn of the millennium in 1999.
Beyond boxing, Tyson Fury has also ventured into the realm of WWE. In the 2019 WWE Crown Jewel, he faced and defeated Braun Strowman, and not long after on Smackdown, paired up with him against The B Team.
Tyson Fury WWE Reservations
However, in a recent conversation with ESPN, Tyson Fury expressed his reservations about a sustained WWE career, stating, “WWE’s too hard for me.
It’s more physically demanding than boxing. Being slammed, enduring the rigorous maneuvers — I'd rather stay in my lane, dancing around the ring”. Interestingly, this sentiment contrasts a statement he gave to Sports Illustrated just days before: “I’ve spent 15 years in the boxing world.
I know it's not an endless journey. And yes, I've had my moments in WWE. The door is still wide open there”. This duality in Fury’s comments indicates a certain indecision. On one hand, he acknowledges the demanding nature of WWE, and on the other, he recognizes the opportunities it presents.
While the future remains uncertain, one thing is clear: for now, Tyson Fury's primary focus is on his boxing career, but the possibility of another WWE stint is not entirely off the table.