- Tyson Fury will be involved in a wrestling match at Crown Jewel with Braun Strowman
- Both fighters have come up against each other at SmackDown and Monday Night Raw
- Brock Lesnar and Cain Velasquez will also square up against each other at event slated for Saudi Arabia
Tyson Fury will be making his WWE debut when he enters the squared circle against Braun Strowman on October 31, at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.
Both giants will finally go against each other having clashed twice on the premiere of SmackDown and Monday Night Raw.
And the chief operating officer of the WWE triple H has confirmed that both fighters will settle their grudge at the upcoming Crown Jewel.
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"I just want to say how honoured I am to be involved with something like this," Fury said. "I'm a lifelong WWE fan and I've always wanted to do something like this.
"After seeing Braun Strowman I really know why he's got the nickname Monster Among Men, but me being the undefeated lineal boxing champion, I fear no man.
"I'm undefeated in 30 professional contests and when I go to Saudi Arabia to fight Braun Strowman I'm still going to be undefeated because I'm going to knock him out.
UFC former heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez will also do battle with WWE champion Brock Lesnar in the same event.
Ironically, both mixed martial artists headlined a UFC event in 2010 where the Mexican defeated Lesnar to become the new heavyweight champion.
Shortly after Lesnar beat Kofi Kingston at SmackDown Velasaquez made and entrance into the ring to defend Rey Mysterio after the Beast Incarnate dealt with him and his son Dominic.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that WWE Raw was thrown into frenzy when Tyson Fury's debut on the show ended in a brawl with two wrestlers.
The lineal boxing heavyweight champion was given a ringside sit during the Premiere of Friday Night Smackdown where he was provoked by Braun Strowman during an eight-man tag-team match.
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