Tyson Fury reveals next career move at WWE Clash at the Castle

Heavyweight boxing great Tyson Fury appeared on the WWE Clash at the Castle post-show press conference and made a huge reveal regarding his next career move.

Fury has said recently that he wants to get back into the ring for a major bout with Oleksandr Usyk, but the Ukrainian fighter has said that he wants to wait until 2023 to get back in the ring again after defeating Anthony Joshua.

Here is what Tyson Fury had to see with regards to his next career move at the WWE Clash at the Castle post-event press conference.

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Tyson Fury Next Fight

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A member of the press asked Fury at the press conference whether his bout with Usyk could potentially be taking place from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Fury would then confirm that he would be announcing his next fight “next week,” saying that he didn’t want to wait around for Usyk.

It is not confirmed who Fury will be fighting, when it will be or where, but it’s likely that he will be entering the ring again in 2022.

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Tyson Fury at WWE Cardiff

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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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