Tyson Fury weighed in just under nine stone lighter than his opponent Braun Strowman ahead of their WWE clash on Thursday.
The ‘lineal’ heavyweight world champion is crossing over to the wrestling world to make a debut in an entirely different environment this week at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.
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Upon arriving in the country, Fury attended the weigh-in and scaled 260lbs (18st 8lbs).
The ‘Monster Among Men’ Strowman came in at 385lbs (27st 7lbs).
“I’m good, I’m 100 per cent, I never make excuses,” Fury said.
“I’ll be ready for the night, don’t worry about that.
“I’m 30-0 as a professional, it’s going to be a good fight, I’m looking forward to it
“Braun is the biggest man I’ve ever faced.
“It’s good to fight someone who is looking at me eye-to-eye.
“We’re going to put on a spectacle for the fans.”