Tyson Fury has turned his hand to the world of American wrestling as he prepares for a potential rematch with Deontay Wilder next year
The lineal world heavyweight boxing champion has been recuperating from the badly cut eye he sustained during his victory over Otto Wallin last month, but he threw himself into the surroundings of the WWE ring on Monday Night's Raw show.
Fury first appeared on Smackdown last week when he tried to jump the barrier to confront WWE star Braun Strowman, who had earlier thrown Dolph Ziggler at him.
But that's nothing to what happened on Monday night when the Gypsy King ended up in a mass brawl with Strowman, many other wresters and security after his request for an apology was refused.
Even when the show stopped, the chaos continued and he managed to land one knockout blow to Cesaro.
In the more serious world of boxing, Fury will face a rematch with Wilder early next year if the American can overcome Luis Ortiz in November.