6 reasons why Braun Strowman vs. Tyson Fury should take place at Survivor Series rather than Crown Jewel
The Season Premiere of Friday Night SmackDown had an extremely interesting and impressive guest list. While many of those who made it to the show were former WWE Superstars, there were also a few celebrities who were invited to the show. One of the athletes invited to the show was none other than the Heavyweight Boxing Champion Tyson Fury.
Fury got into a confrontation with Braun Strowman during the night, and their story spilled over to the following episode of RAW. Not only did this provide a lot of mileage to Strowman and his character, but it also built interest in wrestling for non-wrestling fans who follow Fury.
WWE will want to carry on the momentum for the weeks to come and keep the story in the loop for a big match between these two men down the line. While it seems like the two will lock horns at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view, we have 6 reasons why the match should take place at Survivor Series.
#6 Allows more time to build
Tyson was confronted by Braun Strowman before he took to the ring for his eight-man tag team match, and Strowman delivered a running power slam to Dolph Ziggler to end his match while having his eyes on Fury.
This prompted the aggressive Fury to jump the barricade and enter the arena floor before security had to restrict him while Strowman had a good laugh from inside the ring.
The following episode of Monday Night RAW saw Fury come out to address the WWE Universe with Jerry “The King” Lawler inside the ring, and then demanded an apology from Strowman for his actions. Instead, Strowman took to the ring and disrespected Fury even more, which led to an all-out brawl.
This clearly shows that the two men will be going head to head at some time in the future, with Crown Jewel looking like the most probable host of the most. However, the company should build this rivalry over the weeks to come.
WWE at times has a habit of rushing into rivalries without giving adequate time for story buildingm and this huge match deserves a bigger story than it already has. Having Fury appear on RAW or SmackDown over the weeks to come will help the shows to get more ratings and keep the fans involved in the feud. We could also see Strowman run through the Superstars who believe Fury is a better athlete over that time in order to give both men a lot of credibility.