Tyson Fury is now fully focused on his rematch with Deontay Wilder after beating Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel.
Fury made his WWE debut in Saudi Arabia and knocked out Strowman to earn a countout victory ahead of his highly-anticipated bout with Wilder.
The Gypsy King fell victim of a sneak attack after the bell as The Monster Among Men picked him up and delivered a devastating Running Powerslam.
The lineal boxing heavyweight champion, though, immediately got back up to his feet and challenged the ex-RAW Tag Team Champion back to the ring.
The former WBA, WBO and IBF World Heavyweight Champion isn’t keen on revenge as he now insists he is focused on his rematch with Wilder, which will take place on February 22 in Las Vegas.
The undefeated boxer, though, didn’t rule out a possible return to the squared circle after his encounter with The Bronze Bomber.
Fury told WWE.com: “It was absolutely fantastic, great experience.
“I was really happy to be here in Saudi Arabia and a massive show and Braun definitely is The Monster Among Men.
“When I powered that right hand I can’t believe he got back up and threw me to the floor.
“It was a bit of a cheap shot after the bell, but what can we do? It’s WWE.
“I’ve got a big fella called Deontay Wilder to see to, February 22nd, and then we see where we go from there.”
Fury wasn’t the only celebrated athlete to cross over to professional wrestling at Crown Jewel.
UFC legend Cain Velasquez has signed a three-year deal with Vince McMahon’s promotion and made his debut in Saudi Arabia.
The two-time UFC Heavyweight Champion, though, lost to WWE Champion Brock Lesnar who made him tap out to the Kimura Lock.