Boxing superstar Tyson Fury played an sudden major role in the main match at WWE Clash at the Castle as he ‘knocked out’ Austin Theory – who was trying to cash in his Money in the Bank
Tyson Fury played a major role in the main match of WWE Clash at the Castle between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre in Cardiff.
The WWE again to the British Isles for the first time in 30 years for a major match on Saturday evening. And Fury, who has wrestled in the company against Braun Strowman, was ringside for the main event.
McIntyre, who is from Scotland, was firmly the fan favourite, however when he downed Reigns, Austin Theory tried to get involved in the bout. Theory tried to cash in his Money in the Bank, however Fury caught the WWE superstar with a right hand before he could get involved.
Reigns eventually received the in shape – continuing his two-year spell as the WWE Unified Champion.
After the bell, Fury acquired into the ring the place he shook the hand of Reigns, which was once greeted with a chorus of boos. The Gypsy King then helped McIntyre to his toes and paraded him round the ring to the delight of the 62,000 in attendance.
Fury was handed a microphone, and he blasted out American Pie before McIntyre produced his very own rendition of Don’t Look Back in Anger.
Throughout the broadcast, Fury was referred to as the WBC Heavyweight Champion – despite Fury’s consistent insistence he is retired.
However, Fury has revealed he will come out of retirement for a unification bout with Oleksandr Usyk, however he will only do so for a mega payday.
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