Tyson Fury is coming to WWE Clash At The Castle – but he better not get in the way of Drew McIntyre!
Tyson Fury has confirmed he’ll be in attendance at Clash At The Castle this weekend, marking his first WWE appearance in almost three years. ‘The Gypsy King’ has been warned, however, to not get in the way of Drew McIntyre.
‘The Scottish Warrior’ spoke exclusively to Inside The Ropes’ Kenny McIntosh ahead of the premium live event, poking fun at Fury for making mistakes in his promo for the card before saying he’ll be like a turtle when Drew gets his hands on him:
“Yeah, I saw his little video when he messed up every frickin’ name of the show and everything else. But he’s coming, again, big name, me and him have been going back and forth for a long time. You know he enjoys the product, his family enjoy the product, will put a lot of eyes on it. You better stay out of my business during the match. And after the match when I win those titles, he can do what he wants. Swing those big hands, when I take him down, he’ll be like a turtle on his back not knowing what to do.”
It was previously expected that a singles match between Drew McIntyre and Tyson Fury may have been on the table for Clash At The Castle before Drew was booked vs. Roman Reigns. The beef between them seems all too good for WWE to pass up the opportunity to ultimately promote an outing between them.
Tyson first appeared for WWE in October 2019 during Friday Night SmackDown’s debut on FOX. He set up a match vs. Braun Strowman for that month’s Crown Jewel pay-per-view, ultimately besting ‘The Monster Among Men’ via count out.
Now officially retired from boxing after contesting his last fight vs. Dillian Whyte this past April, another go around in WWE may be on the cards for him.