by - suryansh thakur
Tyson Fury is undoubtedly the most accomplished heavyweight boxer of our era. After climbing every mountain there was, Fury decided to hang his gloves. However, retirement didn't suit him well, and Fury returned to action soon enough.
After smoking almost every heavyweight boxer on the planet, Fury turned to WWE to earn some extra bucks. He first appeared during a Crown Jewel event back in 2019. There he came face to face against Braun Strowman, and these showdown between these two was pretty intense.
The crowd enjoyed watching Boxing's heavyweight champion in WWE, and he was supposed to come back for 2023's Royal Rumble and The WrestleMania. But this was spoiled but his connections with the Irish boxing promoter and suspected crime boss, Daniel Kinahan.
Fury intentionally passed up the opportunity to come back for 2022's Clash of Castle event that took place in Wales because of his fight against Derek Chisora. Fury didn't wanted to sustain an injury, and pull out from the fight.
Back in 2022, the U.S government launched an investigation against the Kinahan cartel leaders, and any of their associates. They banned them from entering their nation, and Fury got strangled in the process. His younger brother Tommy Fury also couldn't get inside the U.S and had to pull out from his fight against Jake Paul.
Talking to the Sky Sports back in 2022, Fury claimed having cut all ties with Kinahan, he said, “What the US have said they’ve said, and that’s it, we have to listen to the government, and that’s what we do. Because I don’t want to get into trouble with the US government, and I never have been, and that’s it. I haven’t done any dealing business with him for a long time. I think there was a statement released in 2020, so that was the end of the business.”