Huge Update On Tyson Fury WWE Return

Tyson Fury

A new report has given an update on when fans might get to see Tyson Fury back in a WWE ring.

After out-classing Dillian White at Wembley in April to retain his WBC Heavyweight Championship and remain undefeated, Tyson Fury announced his intention to retire from boxing. While the validity of the retirement claims will only be proven over time, the announcement came after Fury said in March that he intended to return to WWE.

Speculation around Fury’s future continues to swirl, including talk of bout against Oleksandr Usyk to crown the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion.

While for the past two years, Tyson Fury and Drew McIntyre have been mentioning each other on social media and in interviews with increasing regularity. This has led to speculation that the pair could meet in the ring at Clash At The Castle in Cardiff, Wales in September.

However, a new report from GiveMeSport has now claimed that Fury is in talks with WWE regarding a return. Although nothing has been finalised and there are no concrete plans in place, discussions are underway. Any return would have to be built around Fury’s existing commitments, but it would coincide with Clash At The Castle on September 3rd.

The report adds that it’s unclear as to whether the ‘Gypsy King’ would be wrestling if and when he came back.

Tyson Fury made his first appearance with WWE back in early October 2019. The undefeated fighter confronted Braun Strowman during an episode of SmackDown while he was watching as a ‘fan’ before eventually going on to face Strowman at Crown Jewel.

In Saudi Arabia, Fury won the match knocking out his rival. Fury later briefly teamed with Strowman at a SmackDown taping in Manchester, England the following month.