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Tyson Fury’s immigration status complicates his appearance in WrestleMania

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One of the biggest names in the boxing world to grace the wrestling world was the double world heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury. The Gypsy King known to his fans as The Gypsy King, Fury made his WWE debut at the Crown Jewel on October 31, 2019, where he defeated Braun Strowman via countout. Fast forward to 2022, and Tyson is expected to appear at the Royal Rumble or WrestleMania event, but his immigration status complicates the deal for WWE.

According to The United States Sun, a WWE executive has devoted their eyes to Fury making a new appearance at the Royal Rumble in January and WrestleMania 39 in April, in the same style that an insider said: “Requests are based on the original reports and retaliations.”

Tyson is a very good fan of the WWE. The competition would have made huge headlines and fan interest as much as he was in the area of the WWE. However, his immigration status seems a bit tricky to deal with. Tyson and the law team or resolving the whole grey and tricky issue. I am not saying: “Non-importation, in reality, means non-payment.”

The 34-year-old boxer was banned from entering the United States earlier this year because of his links with a notoriously successful Irish organised crime boss, Daniel Kinahan. Unfortunately, this is costing him millions of dollars now.

And people may not believe this, but turning up for a match or being part of the shows, not even fighting, earns him hundreds of millions of dollars. This issue of his working visa in the United States costs him a very good amount of cash. The WWE is always working with foreign athletes in helping them obtain visas for appearances. The law team is going on the sidelines offering support in this problem, but eventually the process of getting approval is on Tysons’ head, and how US immigration assesses his situation.

Fury claimed to have earned $15 million for his participation in the Crown Jewel match.

Many wrestling fans wish to see the English boxer return to WWE, but to get his visas resolved, Fury won’t hit any wrestlers’ head any closer.

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