Tyson Fury shocked the world with his first-ever WWE performance on Thursday night.
The Gypsy King defeated Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia after wrestling for around 10 minutes.
Many fans expected the boxing lineal heavyweight champion of the world to go in there, knock out Strowman, and leave.
But, in typical Fury fashion he put on a show from start to finish and that includes his entrance. If you’ve ever wanted to see Fury dressed up as a Saudi Arabian, now is your chance.
During the match, Fury did far more than anyone ever expected. He took plenty of shots from Braun Strowman and got more than physical.
He even showed flashes of his own athleticism, but the moment that caught many fans’ attention was the call back to his Deontay Wilder fight.
When Wilder knocked Fury down in the final round, no one could believe it when the unbeaten Fury rose from the cavas.
Many said it was like The Undertaker, so, of course, Fury did the same against Strowman! Take a look at it below:
Fury did excellently in terms of showmanship and charisma and they are obviously big selling points to a WWE star.
His entrance was golden, he showed plenty of personality during the bout and more than that, he won the respect of the fans for the effort he put in.
All things considered, Fury will look at this venture as a success. But now, he’ll turn his attention to Wilder once more and the February date they have pencilled in.