The closing moments of Monday Night Raw saw undefeated heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury take the fight to the “Monster Among Men” Braun Strowman, devolving into a wild brawl that took literally dozens of WWE Superstars and officials to get under control.
Fury was present as a special guest last Friday night on the FOX debut of Smackdown, and mixed it up with Strowman in what appeared to be a bit of friendly, ringside banter – until an attack from Dolph Ziggler inadvertently sent Strowman crashing into the “Gypsy King” resulting in him trying to hop the barrier, and ultimately being escorted from the Staples Center.
Things heated up on Raw when Fury marched to the ring and demanded an apology. Strowman claimed he was just trying to have a little fun, but when he refused to apologize things very quickly turned physical. The two were pulled apart numerous times, and at one point the WWE star even made it backstage, only to come running out once again.
Cameras continued to roll after Raw went off the air, and while officials were finally able to separate the two heavyweight juggernauts, one Superstar in particular didn’t make it out unscathed. Cesaro was caught in the crossfire as he attempted to calm Fury down, only to get knocked silly with a mean right hook from the boxing champ. Check out the footage below.