WWE Smackdown Tyson Fury plot twist as boxer shows up at Manchester clash

Tyson Fury has hinted at WWE Smackdown in Manchester that he’ll tag team with Braun Strowman in the future.

The boxing superstar made his wresting debut in Saudi Arabia earlier this week and defeated Strowman during an enthralling show in the middle east.

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Fury was once again in the ring tonight – albeit on home soil – and he came face to face with his rival.

The crowd appeared tense as a brooding Strowman strutted out from behind the scenes to a waiting Fury.

Fury, who looked relaxed in a white shirt and chinos, then edged up close to the 26-year-old until they were almost head to head.

“You wanted me. Here I am,” said Strowman.

“Yes, I did,” replied Fury. “Firstly I just wanted to say thank you very much for the opportunity in Saudi Arabia.

“It was a great fight – I appreciate it – it was one of the toughest fights I ever had. Thank you very much.”

Fury then stretches out his hand and Strowman shakes it.

“You know, big man, if we ever fight again I think it should be us two as a tag team together,” added Fury.

As the crowd cheer, Strowman replies: “You know, Tyson, I really like the sound of that.

“But, here’s the kicker. There isn’t two dudes in the back stupid enough to fight us…”

Fury’s foray into WWE has been hugely popular, but he’s still got his boxing career to think about.

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Nevertheless, the 31-year-old has hinted that he’s ready to hang up his gloves sooner rather than later.

"Hopefully I have three fights next year, Wilder in February, Wilder in June and then maybe a farewell fight in December," Fury told the BBC.

"Boxing's a young man's game. I don't want to be in longer than I need to."

"I am 31, getting long in the tooth for the sport. There are young men coming up and father time catches up with everyone.

"I have five kids at home and a wife, and I think it would be nice to spend a bit of time with those people after the sacrifices I have made my whole life."

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