Tyson Fury Knocked Out Cesaro After Raw Went Off The Air [VIDEO]

Tyson Fury might not have landed a KO punch on Braun Strowman on Raw, but he hit Cesaro with one after the show went off the air.

Although nothing has been officially set in stone, right now it seems as if Crown Jewel is going to be some sort of combat sports super show. Rumor has it that Cain Velasquez will challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE Championship, and Tyson Fury might be on the show too for some sort of cross-sport battle with Braun Strowman.

The issues between Fury and Strowman started last week during SmackDown's debut on FOX. Strowman accidentally shoved Dolph Ziggler into the British boxer, and the heavy-hitter didn't take kindly to it. Fury proceeded to hop the barrier and tried to get his hands on Raw's Resident Monster, but security made sure that didn't happen.

RUMOR: Braun Strowman & Tyson Fury Will Do Battle At Crown Jewel

Instead, WWE invited Fury to Raw on Monday night. His appearance closed the show, and it didn't take long for Strowman to come and join him. After a little bit of verbal sparring, a shove from Fury sparked an all-out brawl. After security couldn't keep the two apart, the locker room emptied as every Superstar on hand rushed to the ring in an attempt to prevent the chaos from progressing even further.

Despite the pair of them very much getting their hands on each other, neither of them managed to land a clean punch. Probably a good thing for Strowman. However, after Raw went off the air, Fury did get the chance to show the WWE Universe what he does best. As Cesaro was trying to calm the boxer down, the heavyweight swung with one punch, and then swung again, knocking The Swiss Cyborg to the mat.

Unlike when Floyd Mayweather punched Big Show in the face, we can't imagine Fury landed those hits on Cesaro. The former US Champion is tough, but not quite that tough. Plus, he wouldn't have been getting up and stumbling back to the mat right afterward, as you can see in the clip above. He would have been out cold. We look forward to seeing how Strowman takes a Fury punch when he eventually has to cross that bridge.

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