WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has once again set his sights on WWE champion Drew McIntyre.
Fury made his WWE debut back in October of 2019, when he traveled to Saudi Arabia and beat company star Braun Strowman by countout.
Following that fight, Fury had expressed his desire to face the WWE champion at the time, Brock Lesnar.
Lesnar was unseated earlier this year at Wrestlemania, by McIntyre.
Fury, who is slated to defend his title against Deontay Wilder in a trilogy fight on December 19, is very eager to have further matches in the future with WWE.
A match against McIntyre would become a major event in the UK, due to their respective followings among local fans.
“Been sitting on the train on my own after a long, busy weekend and I’m thinking about the people that I want to punch in the face. The first one that springs to mind is a big fella called Drew McIntyre. Now Drew, you’ve been having quite a bit to say about me lately. I love to punch your face in honestly,” Fury said.
“So grow a pair, step up to the plate, like I say to your mate AJ, and come and fight the master. Me. This is an official challenge video to Drew McIntyre, the WWE heavyweight champion. I already knocked your pal out, Braun Strowman, I’ll do the same to you. Bring it.”
Fury, inactive since February, is so motivated to fight that he’s willing to face unified champion Anthony Joshua at the end of the year – if Wilder withdraws from the trilogy bout.
“If Wilder doesn’t happen lets do Joshua in December – why not?,” Fury said.
“Its a boxing match, lets get it on. I’m ready to go now. I could fight him in that ring tonight, it doesn’t really matter. I’d still kick his ass anytime of the day.”