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Undertaker & Vince McMahon Give Their Prediction For Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou

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In just a few hours from now, Undefeated Boxing Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury will face former UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou in a Boxing Match in Saudi Arabia.

This is a non-title match. So even if Ngannou shocks the world by defeating Fury, he won’t win the title.

Almost every big name from the world of sports is in Saudi Arabia right now for this fight, including Conor McGregor, Mike Tyson, Manny Pacquiao, Cristiano Ronaldo & more.

To represent WWE at this big event, Vince McMahon and The Undertaker are there. Below is a video of them arriving:

As you can see in the above video, Vince is using a cane to walk, since he underwent a major spinal surgery recently.

Fight Hub TV interviewed them over there and asked for their prediction for this fight. Undertaker said Fury will knock out Ngannou in the 5th round, while McMahon thinks it will happen in round 2.

You can watch the interview below:

During a recent ESPN interview, Tyson Fury stated that he does not believe he will make another appearance for WWE, after the host asked him when he’d return to the #1 pro wrestling company in the world.

Here’s what Fury had to say:

“WWE’s too hard for me. Boxing is much easier than WWE. It’s very physical and taxing on the body. WWE, getting slammed on the floor and all that sort of stuff. I’d rather move around the ring and dodge punches.”

A few days prior however, he was interviewed by Sports Illustrated and was asked if he’d consider a full time Pro-Wrestling career after he’s retired from Boxing.

Here’s what The Gypsy King replied:

“I’ve been doing this for 15 years, which is a long time. I know it won’t last forever. And it’s true, I’ve had a few good stints in WWE. There is still a lot of opportunity there. It’s an amazing experience there. At the moment, I’m very busy with Boxing. I’m still active and on top of my chosen profession, so this is where my focus will be. After that, we’ll see.”

Fury made a memorable appearance for WWE in October 2019, where he crossed over into the world of professional wrestling, entering into a feud with Braun Strowman.

This led to a high-profile match at WWE’s Crown Jewel 2019 premium-live-event in Saudi Arabia, where Fury emerged victorious via count-out after 8 minutes and 5 seconds. His WWE stint showcased his charisma and ability to entertain in a different arena, leaving a lasting impression on pro wrestling fans worldwide.

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