Tyson Fury and WWE are a unique partnership.
The former WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, Lineal Heavyweight Champion boasts a professional record of
• 30 fights
• 29 wins (20 via KO)
• 0 losses
• 1 draw
WWE and Tyson Fury have yet to sign a official contract and the two sides are currently working on a pay-per-appearance deal.
WWE is big on bringing in cross mainstream stars to heighten WWE’s publicity and drawing power, and this isn’t the first time WWE has used this strategy.
Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather, Rob Gronkowski, Cain Velasquez and Ronda Rousey are examples of WWE using big names to sell big shows, especially WrestleMania.
Next year WWE plans to do the same with WrestleMania 36 and Tyson Fury.
WWE and Tyson Fury are discussing plans for the “Gypsy King” to have a match at WrestleMania 36 in singles match or Tag-Team match with Braun Strowman as his partner.
Tyson Fury enjoys wrestling and is said to be advancing significantly in his training as a professional wrestler.
Looks like WrestleMania 36 and Tyson Fury will be making some noise in Tampa, FL in 2020