Tyson Fury’s son Prince John James poses with WWE Chief Vince McMahon and teases his wrestling career
TYSON FURY teased during a swan song career in WWE after hanging up his gloves.
The King of the Gypsies made his wrestling debut in 2019, making an instant impact through KOing Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.
Fury’s appearance was accompanied by a huge salary after he allegedly pocketed around £ 12million for his efforts.
It seems her son Prince John James is eager to follow in his footsteps after the duo spent time between father and son at WrestleMania.
Nine-year-old Prince is in American with Fury as he trains for his potentially doomed clash with Anthony Joshua.
After attending WWE WrestleMania Backlash, Prince had the chance to mingle with some of the biggest names in wrestling, including Rey Mysterio and Chef Vince McMahon.
Fury uploaded a photo to his Instagram followers of his son and McMahon behind the scenes.
He captioned it: “the big boss man @wwe I’m coming for this contract in a few years boss.”
It would have been a welcome break for Fury after the farce surrounding his Battle of Britain with Joshua.
The Saudi clash on August 14 was cast into doubt after the Court of Arbitration ruled that Fury must fulfill his contractual requirements and fight his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder.
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The Gypsy King then claimed the Bronze Bomber wanted £ 14million to let him fight AJ first.
Fury scoffed at such an arrangement – so the trilogy fight appears to be resuming, 18 months after stopping Wilder in seven rounds.
Fury promoter Bob Arum told ESPN: “We’re not paying Wilder to step down.
“Better get rid of him. We can do Fury against AJ for November or December.”