Tyson Fury’s Fight Against Deontay Wilder To Determine WrestleMania Status, WWE’s Plans For Chelsea Green

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Tyson Fury emerged victorious on his WWE debut at Crown Jewel and fans are eager to see him compete in the ring once again.

Fury is scheduled for a big-money fight against Deontay Wilder on February 22. It appears that the rematch for the WBC world title will determine The Gypsy King’s future in WWE.

WrestleVotes reports that Vince McMahon won’t bring Fury back for WrestleMania 36 if he loses to Wilder next month.

Chelsea Green lost to Charlotte Flair on her RAW debut and rumors suggested the young talent wasn’t exactly called-up to the main roster.

This week on NXT, Green debuted alongside Robert Stone causing fans to wonder whether her main roster stint is over for the time being.

On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer discussed WWE’s plans for Chelsea.

“The thing with Chelsea Green is that I was told that — because you know when Chelsea Green and Deonna Purrazzo did those matches on RAW the idea was to look at them and they may get brought up. The key was that they might get brought up because they’re not on NXT television. Once they get put on NXT television they’re off limits for a long time. Then it’s gonna be one of those things where they have to work everything out.”

The latest rumors suggest that Green could potentially participate in the 30-Woman Royal Rumble match.

“So, as soon as Chelsea Green showed up on this show it’s like it’s like she got no chance to go to RAW where they could probably use her and she’d be protected, but she staying in NXT and going to be managed by Robert Stone.”

Green is currently performing as a heel and her impactful debut on NXT television can work wonders if she is able to hold onto the momentum.