Tyson Fury may be busy calling out Anthony Joshua for a collision later this year, but Drew McIntyre is still ready to fight the boxing world champion.
A WWE clash at the castle on Saturday night, McIntyre put on the historic spectacle as 60,000 fans chanted his name ahead of his clash with undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
The Scottish warrior failed to defeat the tribal leader, thanks to interference from The Bloodline’s newest member, Solo Sikoa, in a turbulent match that also saw Tyson Fury take out Austin Theory as he attempted to cash in his money in the bank. briefcase.
After the fight, Fury – who was seated at ringside – raised Roman’s hand before turning his attention to McIntyre. While many expected their social media beatings at each other to lead to an altercation, Tyson instead led an impromptu karaoke session alongside the Scottish star.
However, speaking to Ariel Helwani after the match, the former WWE Champion said that while he enjoyed singing, he was still more than ready to step into the ring with the British boxer.
We had a chat earlier in the day and laughed a little at the jokes. But I still said to him, ‘If the time is right, you never know. We can get in this ring. It doesn’t matter if we’re kidding right now. When it comes time for a big fight that’s going to catch the eye, I want that big fight.
And I saw him shaking Roman’s hand as I stood in the corner, discouraged, and feeling him after that third spear. The crowd wasn’t happy, and I wasn’t convinced he wasn’t going to pick me up, and then suddenly he started singing.
Fury is set to shift his focus back to boxing for the time being, with a fight later this year. However, during the Clash at the Castle post-match press conference, he stated that he would be interested in doing more with WWE in the future.
As the man in charge, Triple H said the door is always open for Fury if he wants to step back into a WWE ring once he officially retires from boxing.
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