Tyson Fury knocked out Austin Theory as he was trying to cash in the MITB contract

Boxing heavyweight great Tyson Fury knocked out WWE Superstar Austin Theory during the main event of WWE Clash at the Castle.

Theory appeared during the Unified World Championship match between Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns, when both men were seemingly down.

Drew had hit a claymore on Reigns to the back, which in turn took out the referee Charles Robinson, causing Theory to appear with his Money in the Bank briefcase and attempt to cash in.

Here is what happened when Tyson Fury attacked Austin Theory during the main event of WWE Clash at the Castle 2022.

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Tyson Fury at WWE Clash at the Castle

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Reigns would defeat McIntyre in the main event after Solo Sikoa interfered on behalf of The Bloodline.

Fury would end up signing American Pie in the ring with the Scottish Superstar in what was a fairly surreal moment.

McIntyre himself would then serenade the crowd with a chorus of Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ to end the show.

It wasn’t expected that Tyson would get physical at the show as he has potentially has a fight with Oleksandr Usyk coming up, but he ended up doing so in a small way.

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Tyson Fury and Drew McIntyre Singing!

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WWE Clash at the Castle is now available to watch back on demand via WWE Network for pro wrestling fans in the United Kingdom.

WWE Network is available at only £9.99 per month and gives fans access to every Premium Live Event in the WWE calendar as well as a huge amount of older PPV content involving megastars such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, The Undertaker and Trish Stratus

Fans in the United States are able to watch all of the action back on demand via the Peacock streaming service.

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