Tyson Fury Jumps The Barrier And Held Back By Security At WWE Smackdown
Tyson Fury made his first appearance on WWE and in typical fashion he made a big impact by climbing over the barrier and being held back by security.
Smackdown Live made its FOX debut on Friday night and it always promised to be a night of high drama and big headlines and nothing attracts Tyson Fury faster.
The lineal heavyweight champion was sat front row and got involved after a confrontation with Braun Strowman and jumped the barrier to get these hands, shouting 'dosser' at the 'Monster among men.'
The incident happened during Strowman's eight man tag match in which he teamed with The Miz and Heavy Machinery against AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler.
Strowman and Fury had what looked like a friendly interaction at first before the WWE Superstar threw Ziggler in the boxer's direction, knocking him to his seat, leading to Fury jumping the barrier following the match.
Things won't end here though with WWE confirming that the former WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring heavyweight champion has been invited to Raw on Monday night.
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In a statement on their website WWE said, "WWE is offering Tyson Fury an open microphone... so, what could possibly go wrong?
"After hopping the guardrail this past Friday Night on SmackDown in an attempt to confront Braun Strowman, the always controversial Fury will now be offered an open forum this Monday night on Raw to speak his mind following the explosive incident that saw a small army of security struggle to keep him from getting into the ring to mix it up with The Monster Among Men."
Fury with an open mic, what could possibly go wrong?!
After defeating Otto Wallin last month the 31-year-old is waiting for Deontay Wilder's rematch with Luis Ortiz before he can get his hands on the Bronze Bomber in their own rematch at the beginning of next year.
Will Fury get Strowman's hands?