Stephanie McMahon Sends Video To Tyson Fury

WWE legendary names of Triple H, The Undertaker, and Stephanie McMahon have sent best wishes to boxing star Tyson Fury ahead of his WBC heavyweight title fight with Dillian Whyte. The title bout is set to take place at the iconic Wembley which is set to see 94,000 pack into the London arena and the wrestling superstars are confident the ‘Gypsy King’ will do the business at his homecoming.



Tyson Fury receives wishes from WWE legends

In a video posted by Twitter handle of WWE on BT Sport, the trio clearly believe a win is on the cards for Fury, while The Undertaker even channeled Muhammad Ali in his speech to the champion.

McMahon started, saying:

“I remember the last time WWE had a big stadium event at Wembley and it was Summerslam 1992 but I will never forget what it felt like. The electricity.

“And 94,000 strong will be there to see you at your homecoming knock the block off Dillian Whyte.”

Triple H added:

“The Gypsy King. The king returns home. The true king of boxing returns home to Wembley, 94,000 people are going to be there and we will be watching. We will be watching just like the rest of the world. Watching you blow the roof off of Wembley Stadium and knock that big dosser out.”

And The Undertaker – who also begged Fury to knockout Deontay Wilder – continued the WWE love-in.

He said:

“Hey, Champ. The Undertaker here. It’s about that time again, my friend. You’re going to the big house – Wembley Stadium – to put on a show. Remember you are the Gypsy King and it’s time to conquer another kingdom. Dillian Whyte, he ain’t got the skills to pay any kind of bills you’re about to bring towards him.

“Remember, my friend, float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. The hands can’t hit what the eyes can’t see. Take care of business, Tyson. I’m still here incase you need me to dig a hole to fill a soul. I’ll see you on the other side.”

Whyte is walking into the fight as the WBC Interim Heavyweight Champion and will look to hand over ‘The Gypsy King’ his first pro-boxing loss.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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