Paul Heyman Responds To Tyson Fury’s Challenge
Undefeated heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury enjoyed a victorious WWE debut over Braun Strowman this past week at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia. Fury has now made it clear that he isn’t done with pro wrestling yet; matter of fact, The Gypsy King wants to face Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania.
The Beast’s Advocate, Paul Heyman has officially responded to Fury’s big challenge, asking the boxer’s associates to contact him at the earliest.
Lesnar vs. Fury was the original plan for Crown Jewel. However, Cain Velasquez being the bigger star in the United States would eventually replace Fury and WWE booked The Gypsy King vs. The Monster instead.
Fury will be addressing the WWE Universe this Friday night on SmackDown, just a week after Lesnar quit The Blue Show.
Randy Orton Wants To Face John Cena At WrestleMania 36
Randy Orton recently inked a 5-year deal with WWE and is planning to rekindle an old rivalry in the ring.
The Viper has now issued a potential challenge to his biggest rival John Cena, the stage being WrestleMania 36 itself!
Cena is yet to wrestle his first match since January and only time will reveal whether Orton gets a clear response in the near future.
The Apex Predator crossed paths with The Champ for the last time in 2017. Cena emerged as the victor on SmackDown Live that night. Since then, WWE hasn’t visited Cena and Orton’s never-ending rivalry while still, fans hope to see one final encounter between them.
Cena and Orton share 29 World-Championships in total with The Franchise Player having the upper-hand in the number’s game.
Superstars Well Taken Care Of In Saudi Arabia
WWE and Saudi Arabia’s internal disputes led to The Kingdom reportedly detaining the Superstars for long hours post-Crown Jewel.
On PW Insider Elite audio, Mike Johnson reported that the talents received luxurious hospitality while they were stuck in Saudi Arabia.
“Somebody texted me and was like, ‘We’re back at the hotel now, we’re not happy that we got separated, but they gave us all suites and we can have whatever we want and we can have access to the gym and allegedly we’re going to leave tomorrow, but we’re not gonna make SmackDown.’”