Tyson Fury is working a match for WWE and bringing a lot of attention with him. There was a report that he is making $15 million for his one match in Saudi Arabia, but that might not be the case.

Fury wanted to come into WWE years ago, but they couldn’t make things work. Now that Saudi Arabia is involve, it’s likely that his payday is much better now than it would have previously been, but not by that much.

Brad Shepard reports that his source in the company stated that Fury is making a lot, but the previous figure of $15 million is embellished.

According to a source in #WWE, Tyson Fury is not being paid $15 million to wrestle at Crown Jewel, as previously rumored. I’m told the amount he received is a lot, but it’s not that much.

WWE has a ton of money and if they can pay Goldberg $2 million for his Saudi Arabia match then Tyson Fury is certainly making a lot of cash. Saudi Arabia really wants high profile boxers as well so they might have chipped in more dough.

Fury apparently isn’t making quite $15 million to wrestle Braun Strowman in Saudi Arabia.

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