Tyson Fury will be making an appearance at the WWE Clash at the Castle event on September 3rd according to a new report.
An appearance from Fury at WWE Clash at the Castle has been rumored for months since the boxer is from the UK, so it makes sense to appear at WWE’s first major stadium UK show in 30 years. Fury did wrestle Braun Strowman at WWE Crown Jewel 2019 and the door was always open for his return to WWE.
There were even rumors in July that the boxing champion was in discussions with WWE for some new deal, but there was never a public announcement about a deal.
When Clash at the Castle was first announced earlier in 2022, there were also rumors that Fury might face Scottish WWE superstar Drew McIntyre. However, WWE never seemed to want to go in that direction since McIntyre has been kept out of the Universal Title since he got drafted to Smackdown last October just so they can have him face Undisputed WWE Universal Roman Reigns at the upcoming Clash event.
A new report from Louis Dangoor of Give Me Sport notes that Fury will be in attendance at WWE Clash at the Castle on September 3, which takes place at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Fury will also be appearing at the WrestleFest event in Cardiff on September 3rd as well.
The report from Dangoor says that while Fury will appear at the WWE Clash event, he “almost certainly won’t be doing anything physically” at the show. It’s possible that Fury could just appear in the crowd.
Following his last boxing fight in April 2022, Fury said he was retiring undefeated:
“I’ve been in this game 20 years, I’m 34 in a few months. I said the third Wilder fight would be my last but I felt I owed the fans one last homecoming. This is definitely the end of the Gypsy King and I went out with a bang. Tonight was amazing but this is the end.”
“I fulfilled everything I’ve ever wanted to fulfil. I will retire as only the second heavyweight in history, after Rocky Marciano, to retire undefeated. I was unbeatable at this game.”
In additon to Fury knocking out Strowman during their Crown Jewel 2019 match, the boxing champion also teamed with Strowman to win a tag team match against The B-Team at a Smackdown taping in Manchester, England in November 2019. There’s no word on when or if Fury might wrestle in a WWE ring again.