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Tyson Fury EXCLUSIVE: I’ll finish Braun Strowman with a ‘Dosser Drop’ followed by the ‘Stiff Idiot’ at WWE Crown Jewel

Tyson Fury makes his first foray into the wrestling world this week when he competes against Braun Strowman at WWE’s Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia.

The ‘Gypsy King’ still has a WBC heavyweight title shot against Deontay Wilder scheduled for February 2020 and many fans have questioned his decision to wrestle with his eye barely repaired from the ghastly injury suffered against Otto Wallin in September.

Strowman, left, will take on Fury, at WWE Crown Jewel on October 31

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Strowman, left, will take on Fury, at WWE Crown Jewel on October 31

As a result, many fans suspect Fury will simply knock Strowman out and make quick work of the 6ft 8in former strongman competitor, but the lineal heavyweight champion of the world sees it differently.

In fact, during an interview with talkSPORT, Fury revealed the names of two moves he’s going to hit Strowman with on Thursday.

“For sure. It’s going to be amazing,” he said when asked if he will surprise people at Crown Jewel.

“I’ll tell you what I’m going to do. I’m going to give him the ‘Stiff Idiot’ and I’m going to give him the Dosser Drop!

“First of all I’m going to give him the ‘Dosser Drop’ and then I’m going to finish him with the ‘Big Stiff Idiot’.”

Good God Almighty!

Over the years, there have been some memorable finishers in WWE

Rock Bottom – The Rock

Stone Cold Stunner – Stone Cold Steve Austin

GTS (go to sleep) – CM Punk

F5 – Brock Lesnar
FU/Attitude Adjustment – John Cena

Tombstone Piledriver – The Undertaker

Superman Punch – Roman Reigns

Sweet Chin Music – Shawn Michaels

Dis-Arm-Her – Becky Lynch

 

Fury has faced criticism for his foray into the world of ‘fake’ wrestling.

But the Brit, who has always been a big fan of WWE, insists it is a real competition and deserves respect.

“Oh, definitely [the bumps hurt]. It’s definitely not fake,” he said.

“I’ve got an injured shoulder, an injured ankle and my back’s killing me. And I ain’t trained for wrestling for [more than] a week. So, it’s definitely not fake.

“You take more impact training for wrestling or a wrestling fight than you ever would in a boxing ring.”

In the exclusive interview with talkSPORT.com, Fury also hit back at Wilder.

The American, the WBC heavyweight champion, had suggested his rival boxer could use the wrestling venture to invent an injury excuse and pull out of their planned rematch in 2020.

He also expressed his scepticism over the $15million fee that Fury is rumoured to be earning for the event.

When asked for his response to this, Fury said: “How do your respond to that? Agree, maybe?

“Would that be the most controversial way of answering that question? To agree with what he said? Well I’ll agree with what Deontay Wilder said then. Everything he said I agree with.

“Do you know what it is though? I don’t see why people should be concerned with what my private business is and what I’m earning for fights or whatever.

Fury dismissed criticism from Wilder over his move into WWE

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Fury dismissed criticism from Wilder over his move into WWE

“It’s got nothing to do with anyone but me, so if I earn £10 or I earn £10million, it’s got nothing to do with anybody else at all.

“Especially a rival boxer. What does it matter to him if I earn £10? It’s not his money, is it? So he shouldn’t be concerned.

“And as for all the fact that I’m gonna get an injury or whatever, he needs to concentrate on his own fight with Luis Ortiz and stop worrying about what I’m doing, stop being jealous of me.”


Tyson Fury will face Braun Strowman at WWE Crown Jewel on Thursday 31st October, live on WWE Network and Sky Sports Box Office

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