As for Strowman and Fury, their feud also was born at last weeks Friday Night SmackDown, and with the major announcement coming hours before the next episode of SmackDown, it will be interesting to see just what the company reveals.
Eventually, with the cameras still rolling, Strowman did leave the ring but Fury wasn't done. He won the IBF, WBA, IBO, WBO, The Ring magazine, and lineal heavyweight titles by defeating world champion Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.
Some of the wrestlers managed to walk Strowman backstage but that was when the ex-NXT star declared that he will never apologise to Fury and promised that he will "get these hands".More news: An Ontario mother witnessed her son's stabbing death outside of his school
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But the former Wyatt Family member hit back saying, "I was trying to have a little fun when I saw Tyson Fury sitting ringside at WWE Smackdown - but if he wants to get serious then so do I".
WWE revealed the show went off air Fury's rampage continued with Cesaro the unfortunate recipient of two punches as he attempted to calm the boxer.