Tyson Fury was attacked by his potential opponent, Braun Strowman, while training at the WWE Performance Center, Orlando, Florida, USA, Tuesday (10/22/2019) local time. Fury will make his debut at the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) smackdown against Strowman.
Fury, a British linear heavyweight champion, began training at the WWE Performance Center a week after appearing in the first episode of “SmackDown on Fox” on October 4.
His debut against Braun Strowman was held at the Crown Jewel Arena, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 31 October 2019. This event also featured two-time UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez against Brock Lesnar for the WWE championship.
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In the video uploaded by WWE, Fury is doing an exercise guided by a trainer and counterpart. He learned the locking technique, to attack by ejecting from the ring rope.
However, his efforts suddenly ended when, without prior notice, he was attacked by Strowman, who climbed into the ring without Fury knowing. Strowman crashed himself into Fury who collapsed onto the canvas.
Although he did not appear injured at first, Fury held his right ankle. Monster Among Men dub-Strowman laugh, then driven out of the building by members of the coaching team and the Fury can not stand when he tried to approach him.
This is the second time the couple exchanging blows after the first bout on Raw two weeks then. Strowman left Fury on the mat, holding his right ankle.
The Gypsy King – nicknamed Fury – said there was no problem with the engine. He insisted he was ready to go up in Saudi Arabia. “I don’t need medical help, and it will be fine,” Fury said in Mirror.co.uk.
Strowman replied, “You are in my world, now.”
“He (Frank Warren) said to me, ‘I think this is a very bad idea, you could get hurt. Braun Strowman is a big man. What happens if the wound opens again? What happens if you have a shoulder or leg injury or anything? ‘. I said, then what happens if I walk out the front door and get hit by a bus in the morning? “