Tyson Fury wins in WWE debut vs Braun Strowman with knockout punch at Crown Jewel

Tyson Fury knocked out Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel on his WWE debut and earned a countout victory.

Fury suffered a series of blows and kicks from Strowman throughout the bout but didn’t seem daunted as he went on to deliver a number of his own signature punches to the former RAW Tag Team Champion.

The WWE superstar got some momentum when he slammed the legendary boxer on his back and then went on to deliver his powerful Shoulder Block at ringside.

Strowman threw Fury back into the ring but the British boxing star got back up to his feet and knocked his foe out while he was climbing back up to the ring.

The Monster Among Men failed to answer the referee’s 10-count which led to The Gypsy King’s victory via countout.

Strowman didn’t take his loss well as he delivered a sneak attack after the bell to the victorious boxer.

The Greatest Royal Rumble Winner hit  a devastating Running Powerslam and was heard calling the British star a “piece of c**p”.

An enraged Fury immediately got back up to his feet and urged his rival to return to the ring.

The Gypsy King didn’t seem hurt after the match which means he will be going into his rematch with Deontay Wilder in good shape.

Fury crossed over to Vince McMahon’s promotion earlier this month following SmackDown’s debut episode on FOX.

The Gypsy King attended the show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles with his family and sat on the front row watching Strowman in action.

The Monster Among Men appeared to be provoking the lineal heavyweight boxing champion who felt disrespected and jumped over the rail to confront the super heavyweight.

But the former WBA, WBO and IBF World Heavyweight Champion was stopped by an army of security and was chucked out of the building.

Fury, though, returned on RAW a week later and got into a massive brawl with Strowman, who refused to apologise.

It was then announced that the two heavyweights would battle in Saudi Arabia.

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