Tyson Fury pays homage to ‘The Undertaker’

Tyson Fury has paid homage to WWE legend ‘The Undertaker’ to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the wrestling great’s debut with the global franchise.

Fury appeared on Twitter on Tuesday morning sporting a custom-made outfit and Championship title to celebrate the achievements and longevity of ‘The Undertaker’ – made by Claudio Lugli.

Fury himself is a keen follower of fashion, and recently unveiled a new range of shirts, again in collaboration with Lugli.

‘The Gypsy King’ is also an avid WWE fan and made his debut in the sport last year against Braun Strowman in the Middle East.

He has been strongly linked with a match against Scottish world champion Drew McIntyre. Fury spent several days in Edinburgh earlier this year ‘looking for McIntyre’. This of course produced plenty of headlines and publicity.

‘The Undertaker’ meanwhile is expected to make a live appearance on Sunday’s Survivor Series TV show, to mark that 30th anniversary.

He subsequently responded to Fury’s message in a Tweet of his own, saying: “Massive respect…thanks Champ. Keep doing what you’re doing and stay healthy. Watched your inspiring journey for a long time and cant wait to see you fight in person in the future!”