Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury Wants To Become WWE Champion After Confirming Clash At The Castle 2

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Tyson Fury is an Undefeated Boxing Heavyweight Champion and is also undefeated in the WWE.

So far, he has wrestled only one match and won. At Crown Jewel 2019 in Saudi Arabia, Fury defeated Braun Strowman via count-out.

During a recent interview with GiveMeSport, Fury revealed that he’s hoping to have a match at WWE Clash At The Castle 2023 and he’s looking to win the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Below is what The Gy*sy King said:

“I’m hoping to get back in there soon. They’re doing Clash At The Castle 2 soon I think so I’m looking at maybe getting back in there.  I’m looking at taking that Heavyweight Title for sure. If Roman Reigns vacates or something then maybe I and Drew can finally get that battle on.”

Fury appeared at Clash At The Castle 2022, where he knocked out Austin Theory in the main event and prevented him from cashing-in his Money In The Bank contract.

After the main event, he entered the ring and shook Roman Reigns’ hand, and sang a song with Drew McIntyre to end the show.


Tyson Fury Cant Work In USA Due To Mob Connections


Undefeated Boxing Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury made his WWE in-ring debut at Crown Jewel 2019, where he defeated Braun Strowman via count-out.

He was supposed to face then-WWE Champion Drew McIntyre in 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic prevented that from happening.

According to The US Sun, WWE wants to use Fury at Royal Rumble 2023 to build a match for him at WrestleMania 39, but they can’t because Fury isn’t allowed to enter USA due to his alleged link with Irish mob boss Daniel Kinahan:

“Tyson is well loved at the WWE and him popping up in any match and a run to WrestleMania would generate huge headlines and fan interest. However his immigration status is proving tricky to deal with.

Tyson and the legal team are getting this whole grey and tricky area resolved. But non-entry, quite simply put, means non-payment. And people may not believe this but turning up for a match or being part of the shows, not even fighting, earns him several million dollars.

So this issue with his working visa in the States is costing him a large amount of cash. The WWE works with foreign athletes all the time in aiding their visa processing for appearances.

The legal team are on the sidelines offering support in this matter, but ultimately getting approval is on Tyson’s head and how US immigration assesses his case.”


We reported HERE yesterday that Tyson Fury said that he does not want to put anyone over in WWE and this may have been his way of saying he cant get into the USA.


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