The Tyson Fury vs. Braun Strowman feud erupted on last night's WWE Raw, with the towering duo brawling to close an otherwise mundane red brand episode.
Both men were present earlier in the night. Fury was interviewed by Charly Caruso, claiming that he wanted an apology for Braun trying to make a fool out of him on SmackDown's FOX debut, with Strowman clapping back later on, saying that if Fury wants to get serious, so will he.
This led to the main event segment, with Jerry Lawler bringing Fury out. Tyson, surrounded by security staff, reiterated his demands, and out came Strowman, who promised to eat the heavyweight boxer for lunch. Cue: mayhem.
Provoked by Fury pointing out that Braun had never won a title, Strowman leapt at Tyson, with the horde of security guards desperate to pull them apart. The locker-room soon emptied itself of midcarders. Bodies dropped left, right, and centre as Fury planting his fist on various chins, and while Braun was eventually dragged away from the scene, he'd return for another brawl to close the broadcast.
Physically, Tyson looked right at home in a wrestling ring, though there's no word on when or if him and Strowman will wrestle.
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