Boxing star Tyson Fury may return to WWE soon. According to a report in Givemysport, the undefeated world boxing champion is currently in talks with the company about making another appearance. Recently, there has been repeated speculation about an appearance in September at the “Clash of the Castle” show in Wales, where the Briton was supposed to meet Drew McIntyre, who has issued a challenge to now defending champion Roman Reigns. . Fury made his first wrestling match on October 31, 2019, when he defeated Braun Strowman via count out at the show in Saudi Arabia.
– As is well known, Logan Paul signed a long-term WWE contract a few days ago and is set to enter the ring at “SummerSlam” against The Miz. Furthermore, Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer reports that Paul should actually act as a face on his request for some time. The YouTube star wants to come across as the “nice guy” and has enough clout to negotiate his contract with the company. He was in fact supposed to appear as a face at “WrestleMania” at the end of his appearance, but contrary to plans, a day later also in Cleveland, where he himself could not back fans as a “local hero”. Him. It should be better against your former partner now.
– Over the past few weeks, a major “SummerSlam” match between Theory and John Cena has been played repeatedly, and “Monday Night Raw” has repeatedly hinted at the same direction. But now a match for the United States Championship between new champion Bobby Lashley and Theory has been announced for the show and one naturally wonders what role Cena might play at “SummerSlam”. The answer is quite simple: none! At least that’s the current sentiment of Dave Meltzer. Cena does not have any other events booked at this time, and given how much he has driven up ticket sales in his recent appearances, it seems unlikely that WWE is planning with Cena but promoting the show with him. not doing. However, one must assume that the match has simply been postponed and will probably be made at a later date next year at WrestleMania 39.
– WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair took to Twitter to thank WWE for bringing him back to the opening graphic before each show. In 2002, Flair was kicked out of the intro in September following allegations of sexual assault on a flight attendant.
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) 5 July 2022
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WrestlingINC
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