‘Maybe I should knock it out’ – Tyson Fury eyes WWE return to SummerSlam and Drew McIntyre on Cardiff pay-per-view


Tyson Fury has suggested his next fight will be under the WWE banner at SummerSlam on July 30 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

Fury, who knocked out Whyte in front of 94,000 at Wembley on Saturday night, is also hoping to be part of another UK stadium show when WWE hosts one at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales in September in what will be their first UK. -per view in 30 years.

Fury KOd Whyte in round six and will now hang up his gloves
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“Don’t rule me out fighting over there (WWE). You might see me at SummerSlam,” Fury said during his post-fight press conference on Saturday.

“Drew McIntyre said a lot about me. Maybe I should knock him out. I would love to be in Cardiff.

‘The Gypsy King’ constantly talked about retiring from boxing in preparation for his WBC heavyweight title defense against Whyte and insisted he would quit the sport after knocking out ‘The Body Snatcher’ in six rounds .

Although he appears to be done with boxing, Fury wants to keep fighting and made that clear last night when he invited UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou to the ring to talk about a fight. exhibition of hybrid rules between the two who are expected to face each other in 2023. .

'Maybe I should knock it out' - Tyson Fury eyes WWE return to SummerSlam and Drew McIntyre on Cardiff pay-per-view
Ngannou joined Fury in the ring and suggested a mega fight in Africa
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'Maybe I should knock it out' - Tyson Fury eyes WWE return to SummerSlam and Drew McIntyre on Cardiff pay-per-view
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Before that, Fury hopes he will return to WWE.

The 33-year-old made his professional wrestling debut when he took on former Universal Champion Braun Strowman in Abu Dhabi in October 2019.

The Briton now wants to settle his issue with McIntyre, who believes the king of heavyweight boxing has been dodging him lately.

“I’m very happy when he comes, but the last few years he’s been dodging old Drew McIntyre,” the Scottish WWE star told talkSPORT.

'Maybe I should knock it out' - Tyson Fury eyes WWE return to SummerSlam and Drew McIntyre on Cardiff pay-per-view
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“As for getting to know the man, since we started going back and forth online, I’d like to get to know him a little better.

“Whenever he shows up at our events, he always ducks me. He’s the greatest ninja in the world.

“Six foot nine, I don’t know how he manages to elude me all day, but before that, before we had our beef, I was around him before the Braun Strowman game and I could see how good he had to do.

McIntyre was supposed to face Fury at a WWE UK PPV in 2020 before the pandemic hit. Now it looks like he might finally have the chance to share the ring with the best heavyweight boxer on the planet.

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