Tyson Fury In Talks To Return To WWE In September

Tyson Fury is close to making his next appearance – but it might not be in a boxing ring.

GiveMeSport reported that sources close to Fury said that the WBC heavyweight champion is in talks to make a return to the WWE this summer. The promotion previously confirmed that they will head to Cardiff, Wales on September 3 for the first UK pay-per-view in 30 years.

Fury debuted in the pro wrestling promotion in October 2019 where he fought Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel.

He was slated for another match in 2020 against Drew McIntyre, but those plans were delayed due to the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

McIntyre accused Fury of ducking him.

“Drew McIntyre has been saying a lot of things about me. I might have to knock him out. I’d love to be in Cardiff,” Fury said at his post-fight presser after knocking out Dillian Whyte in April.

Instead, Fury went on to fight Deontay Wilder twice – once in February 2020 and the third, and last, time in October 2021. He won both defenses.

He then held a mandatory defense against Whyte, who many fans say he took out quickly.

After that fight in the UK, he said he’s done with pro boxing. Instead, he prefers exhibition matches against fighters like UFC champion Francis Ngannou, retired boxers Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis and even actor and former WWE star, The Rock.

The heavyweight champion said the only way he’d return to pro boxing is if he were paid $500 million.

Fury could be facing McIntyre at the September event, but nothing has been finalized.

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