Tyson Fury calls out WWE star Drew McIntyre to fight 'anytime, anyplace, anywhere' as he shows off green contact lenses

TYSON FURY has opened the door to a wrestling return by calling out WWE champion Drew McIntyre.

The 32-year-old WBC heavyweight boxing champion forayed into the squared-circle last year with great success.

The Gyspsy King battled Braun Strowman at WWE pay-per-view Crown Jewel in October, defeating the Monster Amongst Men via countout after landing a KO blow.

After claiming the title from Deontay Wilder in February, Fury is set for a trilogy fight with the Bronze Bomber before a highly-anticipated all-British showdown with Anthony Joshua.

However, a unification fight with AJ appears to not be the only thing on Fury’s mind.

The star too to Twitter earlier today to call out WWE champion Drew McIntyre.

And that could lead to another all-British showdown between him and the Scottish Terminator.

Fury said: “Drew McIntyre; any time, any place, anywhere buddy. Let’s get it on!”

That led to a response from Mcintyre, who replied: “Anything to duck the AJ fight, ey? You know where to find me dosser. Let’s make history.”

Mcintyre won the Royal Rumble in January and went on to defeat Brock Lesnar for the gold at WrestleMania in April.

But before that, he declared he would be happy to fight Fury.

He said on Corey Graves’ After the Bell podcast: “I started poking some bears. I started going after Tyson Fury, Colby Covington, soccer player Chris Sutton in the UK, even Conor McGregor.

“Tyson and I have been going back and forth to the point where we’re trying to push this big UK pay-per-view that hasn’t happened since SummerSlam ‘92.

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“And a lot of people have started talking about it to the point where people within the office are asking me, ‘Do you know something we don’t know? Is this really going to happen?”

“Because you talk about it so much, yourself and Fury have got a dialogue going to the point where you’re both main eventing this Summerslam pay-per-view.

“And that’s literally what I said. If I have to fight Tyson Fury in the UK to get this big UK pay-per-view…we’re absolutely going do it.”

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