Roman rules comments about Tyson Fury knocking out theory during WWE Clash at the Castle

Roman rules comments about Tyson Fury knocking out theory during WWE Clash at the Castle

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WWE Undisputed Universal champion Roman Reigns addressed the media at Saturday’s press conference, where it was announced that the Tribal Chief would defend his title against Logan Paul at the Crown Jewel event on November 5. You can read why WWE booked that match in a backstage note here.

At the conference, Reigns would be asked by: Radio Rahim about Tyson Fury’s involvement in his Clash at the Castle match with Drew McIntyre, in which the Gypsy King knocked out Austin Theory, who tried to place himself in the matchup with his Money In The Bank briefcase. Highlights from the interview are below.

About Tyson Fury taking out Theory at Clash at the Castle:

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Well, he did it solidly. I think he lost in the game along with everyone else who was in that stadium. He saw a guy like Austin Theory run downstairs, trying to interrupt this great battle that was going on in front of them, and he pulled the trigger and stopped it himself.

Says Fury made the game play so he could watch a real champion win:

So I guess he was just a big fan at the time and didn’t want that moment to be ruined by some dummy like Theory. He just stepped in, intervened and made it happen the way a champion would want it to be seen. Then the real champion won the match and all is how it should be, the world is perfect.

(H/T and transcribed by pugnacious)

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