Tyson ‘The Gypsy King’ Fury took advantage of his open mic opportunity during Monday night’s RAW show, calling out Braun Strowman in the middle of the ring.
Dressed in a black t-shirt and black shorts, the former world heavyweight champion went to the ring to demand an apology for Strowman after Friday night’s altercation at WWE Smackdown.
After the heavyweight wrestler entered the ring and went face to face, the pair lost control and started throwing hands.
Strowman lifted the boxer up and pushed him back to the corner of the ring, before security guards came in to split the pair up.
After some verbals between the two, Fury decided enough was enough and started punching the guards.
After sending more than five guards crashing to the floor, Fury rushed to attack Strowman, who himself was being restrained outside of the ring.
Fury beckoned the wrestler in, before the two engaged in a clinch, with Fury punching Strowman to the body.
This saw the entire WWE roster explode into the ring, as the locker room cleared completely to try and split up the fight.
Still, Strowman was able to get away, and the punches kept flying.
As he was being held back, Fury continued to shout “fight me, fight me now”.
Strowman was taken backstage, before giving a brief interview with the WWE Network in which he said he would refuse to apologise to Fury, before rushing back to the ring.
The pair are expected to fight in Saudi Arabia at WWE’s Crown Jewel PPV before his WBC heavyweight world title rematch against Deontay Wilder.
Fury and Strowman were involved in an altercation last Friday night at Smackdown, when the wrestler appeared to beckon the boxer into the ring.
The ‘Gypsy King’ jumped over the barricade before being thrown out of the arena, but on Monday night he told Strowman that the wrestler was lucky he hadn’t been given the chance to get into the ring.
“Well it’s a good job those security did jump on me and get me out of the arena,” he said.
“Because otherwise, I would have jumped in this ring, and I would knock you out.”
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