Tyson Fury says there is no script for his WWE Crown Jewel fight against Braun Strowman.
The Gypsy King travelled to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday ahead of his wrestling debut on Thursday.
The former boxing world champion has come under some criticism for competing in an event many deem ‘fake’.
However, Fury claims he has never been told what to say in his previous appearances on SmackDown and Raw and he expects that to continue when he takes on Strowman.
“I have never practiced any scripts. We have just been going over different moves and different things,” Fury told Express Sport.
“We will just freestyle and do what we want. There is always and elegant of risk with all contact sports.
“It is nothing new with me. Whether I go to the gym, lifting weights, go for a jog down the road, or go for a boxing fight or wrestling – it is the same.”
Fury is the heavy favourite with the bookmakers to get his WWE career off the mark with a win.
But the 31-year-old claims there is still an air of uncertainty over how the bout with finish.
“Yeah I don’t do losing so I am going to try my best to win obviously,” he added.
“I am not sure how it is going to go to be fair. You will have to watch and find out.
“I don’t think you do [get told how it will finish]. Not as far as I’m aware. Not unless they are going to tell me on the night ‘Right you are going to win here with a kick to the face’.
“I have not had anything like that so I am not too sure what is going on with it.
“I am just looking for big bombs on his big head – ‘Take that, Braun Strowman’.
“Body shots, kick him in the face, all that sort of stuff. It will be good.”