Tyson Fury remains unbeaten — be in it in a boxing ring or in sports-entertainment.

The lineal heavyweight champion knocked off undefeated WBC Champion Deontay Wilder on Saturday in Las Vegas, improving to 30-0-1 with a seventh-round TKO.

Carried in on a throne in a befitting entrance, The Gypsy King emerged victorious from the rematch after a split draw in their first fight in 2018.

Fury won in his first WWE competition this past October, defeating Braun Strowman via Count-out after a massive right cross at Crown Jewel. The two forged a temporary union the next week to lay waste to The B-Team on SmackDown

WWE Superstars congratulated Fury after Saturday’s win, including Strowman.



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