By Jack Figg
Fury Continues to Deliver fun and shows he is boxing Best Entertainer:
Heavyweight boxer Fury, 31, has made two WWE appearances after feuding with Braun Strowman on SmackDown and then RAW.
The Gypsy King returned Monday to again confront Strowman after their melee three days prior.
Fury called out Strowman in the ring before the former tag-team champion stormed over and confronted the unbeaten boxer.
A brawl soon broke out with security barely holding the two giants back, prompting WWE stars to intervene and keep the hot-headed pair apart.
Fury’s WWE cameo looks to be extended according to the bookies with BetFair pricing an appearance at WrestleMania in April at 6/4.
The ex-unified heavyweight world champion has also been backed at 4/1 to win a WWE belt before the end of 2020.
But reports suggest Fury will make a WWE PPV appearance before Mania’ – with a clash against Strowman rumoured for Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia on October 31.
It is understood the PPV appearance will be used to promote the rematch between Fury and WBC champion Deontay Wilder, set for February.
Fox, the new broadcaster of SmackDown, will televise The Bronze Bomber’s next title defence, against Luis Ortiz on November 23.
It is claimed Fox and ESPN – who show Fury’s fights Stateside – have mapped out a deal for the Gypsy King to appear at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi.
The rival broadcasters are also doing a duel PPV for the 2020 heavyweight rematch.
It is the first shared fight on rival networks since Mayweather’s 2015 win against Manny Pacquiao.
Article courtesy of The Sun