WWE star calls out Tyson Fury ahead of Oleksandr Usyk undisputed fight

A current WWE champion has called out Tyson Fury ahead of his huge heavyweight showdown against Oleksandr Usyk.

Fury and Usyk meet on May 18 to crown an undisputed heavyweight champion for the first time since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in 1999. It is the first time every recognised world title has been put on the line in the four-belt era.

Fury, however, is not a stranger to WWE. The 'Gypsy King' defeated Braun Strowman by countout at the 2019 WWE Crown Jewel PLE. And now, in an interview with Bodyslam.net, WWE Tag Team Champion Austin Theory called out Fury.

He said: “You know, when I hear Clash of the Castle, I only think of one person, and that is Tyson Fury.

“Unfortunately, last time I was there, he sucker punched me. Unfortunately, last time I was there, he cost me becoming the WWE Champion.

“I would have already been the WWE champion if it wasn’t for Tyson Fury. So when I think of Clash of the Castle, I think that Tyson Fury should show up.

“I think Austin Theory’s gonna show up because I’m everywhere with the WWE. I’m always there, I’m always on the grind.

“But Tyson, if you feel like putting those donuts down, you wanna step up, come stand beside a real man, a man with so many abs that you wish you just had one, show up to Clash of the Castle.

“That’s all I wanna talk about when it comes to Clash of the Castle. So let’s see what happens, cause I’ll be there, I’ll be a champion. Tyson Fury will. Hopefully he’s in shape.”