Tyson Fury discusses his WWE future after a successful in-ring debut at Crown Jewel.

The undefeated boxer scored a victory over Braun Strowman at the show in Saudi Arabia and spoke with WWE after the match. Fury said he was excited to be able to take part in a WWE match and gave credit to Strowman for being to withstand Fury's punches.

"It was absolutely fantastic, great experience. I was really happy to be here in Saudi Arabia on a massive show and Braun is definitely the 'Monster Among Men.' When I hit him with that power right hand, I can't believe he got back up and slammed to the floor. It was a bit of a cheap shot after the bell, but what can you do? It's WWE," Fury said.

Now on to the subject of any further involvement with WWE, Fury didn't rule it out, but said his focus is now on WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and getting a rematch done for February 2020. Wilder is currently scheduled to defend his title against Luis Ortiz on November 23, but the understanding is that once Wilder beats Ortiz, then the rematch with Fury would happen next.

"I've got a big fella called Deontay Wilder to see to, February 22nd, and then we'll see where we go from there," Fury said.

Fury's comments with WWE can be seen in the video at the top of the page.

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