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Tyson Fury Exclusive: I'd Beat Deontay Wilder In A TLC Match, And Chris Kamara In The Final Of X-Factor

Tyson Fury Exclusive: I'd Beat Deontay Wilder In A TLC Match, And Chris Kamara In The Final Of X-Factor

From what happened to Tony Soprano to the existence of aliens, life's greatest conundrums spark debate in pubs across the country every night.

But right now there's no bigger question than who would win in a game of Cluedo between warring wags Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy. And we've got the answer, well, Tyson Fury does.

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We sat down with The Gypsy King ahead of his wrestling debut at Crown Jewel to play SPORTbible's new format: Who Would Win?

Image: PA
Image: PA

We're pitching combatants from all realms - athletes, fictional characters, WAGS, promoters, rappers - in battle. They're going head-to-head in everything from dance-offs to hot dog eating competitions.

So sit back, grab some popcorn as we settle some epic contests: Tyson, Who Would Win....

Messi v Ronaldo, darts

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Ronaldo, all day. He's taller, has longer arms and he'd be closer to the dartboard. He's super competitive - he wouldn't want to lose to Messi at anything.

Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi.
Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi.

Mike Tyson vs Deontay Wilder, street fight

Mike Tyson, for obvious reasons. Tyson would get close and bite his two ears off. Game over. Wilder would be squealing like a pig on the floor in pain, with blood pissing out everywhere.

Happy Gilmore v Tiger Woods, crazy golf

Happy Gilmore, for sure. His craziness would give him the edge. Crazy golf isn't professional golf, so it's anyone's game. If Tiger tried to cheat to gain an advantage or Gilmore started getting annoyed because he was losing he'd probably just drop kick Tiger into a bunker.

Happy Gilmore vs Tiger Woods.
Happy Gilmore vs Tiger Woods.

Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder, TLC match

Tyson Fury for sure. First of all, I'd take out his legs with the ladder. Then I'd smash a table on top of him and whack him in the face with a chair. I'd get a lot of satisfaction from doing that.

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder. TLC
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder. TLC

Chris Eubank vs Prince Naseem Hamed, dance-off

Oh, come on, that's not a fair one, is it? There's only one winner there. It's the Prince. He's a great dancer. Have you not seen the Prince dance behind that screen and then just stare into the crowd before flipping into the ring and right into the face of his opponent? It's brilliant. Eubank couldn't beat Naseem Hamed in anything.

Chris Eubank vs Prince Naseem Hamed.
Chris Eubank vs Prince Naseem Hamed.

Brock Lesnar v The Undertaker, bareknuckle fight

Another one that's not fair. Brock Lesnar, because he's been an MMA World Heavyweight Champion, and Undertaker is a WWE wrestler. Your body takes a lot of punishment in wrestling, but both are trained wrestlers, so they both know how to land and how to wrestle, but one's actually been a UFC World Champion, too, while the Undertaker hasn't. And one's 42 (Lesnar) and one's 54 (The Undertaker). It's a big age gap.

Gary Neville v Jamie Carragher, rap battle

I'm going for Carragher. He's got a bit of scouse swagger about him - a bit more va-va-voom.

Gary Neville v Jamie Carragher, rap battle
Gary Neville v Jamie Carragher, rap battle

Tyson Fury v Chris Kamara, final of the X-Factor

Tyson Fury, for sure. I'd sing, Bad Sharon and it would definitely be a Christmas number one. I'm actually releasing a single with Robbie Williams and I've been told it's favourite to be Christmas number one. [SPORTbible: Can you give us a little verse?] No. I love singing but being on stage is not where my heart is.

Tyson Fury v Chris Kamara, final of the X-Factor
Tyson Fury v Chris Kamara, final of the X-Factor

AJ v Stormzy, most matches on Tinder

They're both tall, both good looking and popular. I see it being a draw. Maybe Stormzy would edge it - he's got the gift of the gab being a rapper and he's got that southern swag going on.

Eddie Hearn v Vince McMahon, arm wrestle

Vince McMahon is 74 years old, but he's a strong old man. He's been a wrestler in his time and he lifts weights. Eddie (40 years old) just doesn't do any training at all looking at his physique, but he's still fancy himself. Vince has got a son who's older than Eddie and I'd definitely back Shane McMahon (49 years old) to beat Eddie Hearn in an arm wrestle too.

Rebekah Vardy v Coleen Rooney, Cluedo

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I think there'd be more than a game of Cluedo going on if them two get face to face, that's for sure, but you'd have to favour Coleen in light of her recent detective work!

Rebekah Vardy v Coleen Rooney, Cluedo
Rebekah Vardy v Coleen Rooney, Cluedo

Alan Shearer v Michael Owen, local election

If it's in Newcastle, it's Shearer all day. He's like a living god there. He has no rivals. Even in Liverpool Michael Owen has got to compete with Wayne Rooney, Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerard and all those guys as well.

WWE Crown Jewel takes place tonight at 6pm GMT. The spectacle will see the WWE debut of Lineal Heavyweight Boxing Champion Tyson Fury as he squares off against the Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Boxing

Ben Welch

Ben is the senior brand marketing manager for SPORTbible. In a former life he was a journalist, writing for the likes of FourFourTwo, Men's Health, The Daily Mirror, Eurosport, Sky Sports, Eurosport and World Soccer. He once played in a pre-season friendly for League Two Swindon Town, having previously played at Sunday League level. It didn't go well.

 

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