Celebrities, musicians, and other performers who are not wrestlers are slated to appear on WWE programming, as is customary for each WrestleMania season. One such outsider who was allegedly set to receive millions for a match at WrestleMania 39 is probably going to lose out on his pay. To set up his match for WrestleMania 39 in April. WWE executives had been plotting for Tyson Fury to make a guest appearance at the upcoming Royal Rumble premium live event.
Due to his alleged ties to Irish mob boss Daniel Kinahan, Fury is reportedly banned from entering the United States. Fury was denied boarding earlier this year on a flight from the UK to the US due to similar allegations. Furthermore, because of his alleged connections to Kinahan, Tommy Fury, the younger brother of Tyson Fury, was prevented from travelling to New York City for a fight against Jake Paul.
Tommy Fury subsequently affirmed that he and his brother were being denied entry into the United States. The older Fury’s chances of competing at WrestleMania 39, according to The Sun’s report, are looking slim and complex. The boxer’s team would need to make sure he meets the requirements to work in the United States. Even though WWE’s lawyers have unmatched expertise when it comes to handling foreign athletes and their visa issues.
Fury’s WWE Appearance
As a result, circumstances unrelated to the legal teams’ jurisdiction may affect Fury’s WWE appearance. According to a WWE source, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H, the company’s chief content officers, are huge fans of The Gypsy King and were hoping that Fury’s run to WrestleMania would spark a lot of media attention and fan interest. WWE reportedly has a backup plan in place in case Daniel Fury is unable to make an appearance at WrestleMania 39.
The company reportedly wants the boxer to make a big splash at WWE events in Saudi Arabia scheduled for 2023. According to the WWE, it’s likely that they will go to Saudi Arabia twice a year for those bigger nights, and of course, there are often European battles. At Clash at the Castle, Fury made his last appearance on WWE programming when he congratulated The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns on his win over Drew McIntyre in the big show.
After that, to send the Cardiff crowd home, Fury and Drew McIntyre, who had been rumoured to wrestle each other, sang timeless songs like American Pie by Don McLean from 1971 and Don’t Look Back in Anger by Oasis. In a new interview, Fury made it clear that upon his eventual return to WWE, he was eager to smash a chair on somebody’s head. Additionally, Fury mentioned possible contests with Jake Paul and Logan Paul, who are both expected to appear at WrestleMania 39. At the 2019 Crown Jewel, Fury made his professional wrestling debut by counting Braun Strowman out. According to reports, Fury received $15 million for taking part in the competition in Saudi Arabia.