Tyson Fury intends to announce future fight plans next week

Tyson Fury says he plans to announce a fight next week after being involved in the main event at WWE’s Clash at the Castle in Cardiff.

World boxing champion Fury, who claimed to have retired after beating Dillian Whyte in April, was in the crowd at Principality Stadium before becoming embroiled in the headline battle between undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Scottish star Drew McIntyre.

As Austin Theory attempted to capitalize on the brutal competition by redeeming his money in the bank contract for the champion, Fury emerged to take the 25-year-old down with a big right hand.

Fury has been linked with a unification fight against Oleksandr Usyk after the Ukrainian defeated Anthony Joshua for a second time last month to retain his WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts.

Fury posted on social media on Friday to tell Usyk he is “beaten to pieces” with every fight.

But at a WWE press conference after the Cardiff event, Fury revealed he wouldn’t wait for Usyk.

“I said let’s fight wherever they want this year. I’ve been waiting for countries to come forward,” Fury said.

“Suddenly Oleksandr Usyk declared that he doesn’t want to fight anymore – he wants to fight next year, not this year.

Tyson Fury (left) said he retired after beating Dillian Whyte (Nick Potts/PA).

(PA wire)

“I won’t wait for anyone and will announce a fight next week.”

Reigns would pin McIntyre and retain his long-held title, disappointing viewers of over 62,000 at WWE’s first UK stadium show since 1992.

Fury then entered the ring to congratulate the champion before offering his condolences to Ayrshire-born McIntyre.

The couple then ended the show with a song as Fury belted out his trademark “American Pie.”

It’s not the first time Fury has tried his hand at WWE, battling Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia in 2019.

Fury would not rule out a permanent move to WWE in the future.

“Right now I’m the world heavyweight champion and I have a lot of fights to take care of over the next few years,” Fury added.

“I have a passion for WWE. Never say never (when making a permanent move to WWE). Triple H is here and I would definitely be open to that in the future.”

WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H added: “Whenever Tyson Fury finishes his job in the boxing ring, probably as the world heavyweight champion retiring undefeated, whenever he does that, the door is always open to him and us would like to do business with him. ”

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