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The Undertaker Has A Request For Tyson Fury Regarding Tonight’s Boxing Match

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• The Undertaker Has A Request For Tyson Fury Regarding Tonight’s Boxing Match

Undefeated Boxing Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury was supposed to face Deontay Wilder in a Boxing match on July 24, 2021, but it got postponed due to Fury testing positive for COVID-19.

This fight will now happen tonight at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada and Old School WWF Legend The Undertaker seems to be rooting for Tyson Fury, as the Deadman took to Twitter and said the following in a video clip:

“You smash this guy and when you’re looking over him, just for me, look down at him and say, ‘Rest In Peace!’”

Tyson Fury then replied with a video, including a few words of his own:

“This one’s for The Undertaker. I’m here today in your hat, sir. I’m gonna smash him and I’m gonna say, ‘Rest In Peace’.”

Fury has competed in WWE as well. He defeated Braun Strowman via Count-Out at the WWE Crown Jewel 2019 PPV in Saudi Arabia on October 31, 2019.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran “Big Stevie Cool” Stevie Richards (Real name: Michael Manna) turns 50 today.

Richards made a name for himself in Eastern Championship Wrestling / Extreme Championship Wrestling from 1994 till 1997, where he was a member of Raven’s stable ‘Raven’s Nest’ and more importantly a member of the bWo, the ‘Blue World Order’, a parody of WCW’s nWo New World Order faction.

He wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1997, again as a member of Raven’s faction, which was now called ‘Raven’s Flock’.

In 1999, Vince McMahon signed Richards to a World Wrestling Federation contract as a full time main roster wrestler, and Stevie ended up staying with the promotion for 9 years till 2008.

Easily the most memorable storyline he was involved in during his time in the WWF (later renamed WWE) was in 2000 & 2001, when he called himself “Steven Richards” and became the leader of his own faction ‘Right to Censor’.


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