Tyson Fury secured a sensational victory over Braun Strowman by count-out in their blockbuster clash at WWE Crown Jewel.
The Brit boxing superstar, 31, entered into a heated rivalry with Strowman when he appeared at ringside for SmackDown's 20th anniversary show earlier this month.
And WWE booked Fury for his in-ring debut at the PPV in Saudi Arabia where he would clash with the 'Monster Among Men.'
The 'Gypsy King' made a dramatic entrance at the King Fahd International Stadium after he donned traditional Saudi Arabia clothing and came down to the ring to Isley Brothers' 'It's Your Thing.'
The former unified heavyweight champ traded blows with the WWE superstar and impressed fans by even performing a dropkick on Strowman outside of the ring.
Fury also paid tribute to The Undertaker when he did the WWE legend's trademark sit up -- much like the comparisons that were made during his fight with Deontay Wilder last year.
The Brit picked up a victory via count-out when he nailed Strowman with a powerful right hand and sent him crashing to the floor outside of the ring.
And the WWE superstar was unable to climb back into the ring to beat the referee's ten count.
An irate Strowman attacked Fury after the match and landed a running powerslam on the boxer.
Fury's rivalry with Strowman intensified when he hopped the barrier on SmackDown's debut show on Fox to confront the 'Monster Among Men,' only for security to hold him back.
The former heavyweight champ would accept an invitation to appear on Raw the following week and ended up getting into an all-out brawl with Strowman.
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