WWE SmackDown: Tyson Fury Set For An Appearance In Manchester

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WWE SmackDown Nov 7, 2019: Tyson Fury set to make his first-ever WWE appearance on British soil as he arrives on Friday Night SmackDown in Manchester, UK.

Written By Danish Ansari | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Tyson Fury made his impressive WWE in-ring debut with flying colours at WWE Crown Jewel Pay-per-view event in Saudi Arabia. Fury was paid a great deal of cash, which is reported to be somewhere around $15 million for his efforts at the Saudi event. The boxing heavyweight who defeated Braun Strowman with a TKO count out win seemingly has unfinished business with Strowman who attacked Fury post-fight. 

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Tyson Fury set for an appearance on WWE SmackDown on Friday night

Now, while the lineal heavyweight champ was said to be plotting his rematch against Deontay Wilder next year, it turns out that he will return to the WWE on tonight’s episode of Friday Night Smackdown in his hometown of Manchester, as confirmed by WWE.

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Tyson Fury News – Is a rematch against Braun Strowman in the works?

Prior to his fight with Strowman, Tyson Fury had suggested that he might end up having an extended stay in professional wrestling and hinted interest in fights against the WWE Heavyweights like Brock Lesnar and Cain Velasquez. And with his impressive display of wrestling in Riyadh, it is only likely that the company would hold on to the Gypsy King for future pay-per-view events.

However, as for his next fight, it is believed that the knockout artist may be headed for another epic collision with Braun Strowman before he gets involved into a fresh feud in the WWE.


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