While an opportunity to unify boxing's heavyweight division may not be far away, Tyson Fury's attention this weekend turned to the wrestling world as he attended the WWE's first major show in the UK since SummerSlam in 1992.
Clash at the Castle saw over 60,000 fill Cardiff's Principality Stadium, with Scotland's Drew McIntyre main eventing in a match against WWE champion Roman Reigns.
Fury, who has already made a number of appearances for the sports entertainment organisation, featured prominently in the final section of the show.
The two-time boxing world champion shocked the crowd as he knocked out WWE superstar Austin Theory during his attempt to cash-in his Money in the Bank briefcase.
To the disappointment of the crowd, McIntyre lost his WWE Championship clash with Reigns.
Fury was quick to make his way into the ring, before squaring off and shaking hands with the winner.
He later consoled McIntyre and closed out the show by singing Don McLean's 1971 classic 'American Pie' - the same song he performed after beating Deontay Wilder in February 2020.
Since that infamous victory, Fury has gone on to defeat Wilder for a second time before knocking out Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium last April.
The 34-year-old vowed to hang up his gloves in the aftermath, though he has continued to tease a potential blockbuster unification bout with boxing's other world champion, Oleksandr Usyk.