Braun Strowman has sent Tyson Fury a powerful message at Hell in a Cell ahead of the British boxing superstar’s imminent appearance on RAW.
Fury will be live tonight at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, California where he will be given an open microphone to address his intense confrontation with Strowman on SmackDown last Friday.
The Monster Among Men had a heated encounter with The Gypsy King who was sitting on the front row during the show’s inaugural episode on FOX at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
However, tensions boiled over when the ex-RAW Tag Team Champion threw one of his opponents against the barricade in front of the Lineal heavyweight champion who was knocked back on his seat.
The former WBA, WBO an IBF world heavyweight champion was seething and jumped over the rail where he was stopped by an army of security who escorted him to the back.
Fury and Strowman are expected to address the situation on RAW and the WWE superstar gave a strong indication about his intentions at Hell in a Cell.
The ex-NXT star took part in a Six Man Tag Team Match where he teamed up with Erik and Ivar of The Viking Raiders against US Champion AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson of The OC.
Strowman and the ex-NXT Tag Team Champions picked up the win via disqualification and a brawl ensued in the ring.
However, the Greatest Royal Rumble winner got the better of the fracas as he knocked Styles out with a hard right in mid-air after the US Champion attempted a Phenomenal Forearm.
Strowman looked at his fist with a sadistic smile on his face while the commentators suggested this is a message for Fury hinting at what’s to come on RAW.
The chances, though, of the two heavyweights coming to blows are very low as the boxing star is getting ready for a big rematch against Deontay Wilder on February 22 in Las Vegas.
Reports have suggested that the SmackDown encounter could lead to a programme at Crown Jewel, which takes place on October 31 in Saudi Arabia.
It was also rumoured that the two athletes could lock horns at WrestleMania 36 on April 5 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Many boxing legends have featured at WrestleMania in the past, such as Muhammad Ali, Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson.