Tyson Fury will use a different style in Deontay Wilder rematch and hinted at a possible WWE career.

Fury has generated quite a buzz in both boxing and pro wrestling after his sudden WWE act. “The Gypsy King” has admitted to being a lifelong fan of pro wrestling and has been training for his WWE debut at the WWE Performance Center in Florida.

Ahead of the match, Fury teased for a WWE career in the future. According to the British boxing superstar, his decision will all depend on how amusing WWE experience will be for him, Boxing Scene reported.

"I could stay in WWE. Who knows? It depends how much I like it on the night. We will make a decision afterwards. This keeps me active, keeps me in the gym and gives me something to focus on," Fury said.

Despite the controversy over sporting events taking place in Saudi Arabia, Fury strongly believes that the company will be able to fix the said issues and he’s just focused on being a performer.

"I didn't consider it because I'm fighting for an organisation who sorts all that out. WWE have had all that stuff before and go through it on a daily basis. I am just a fighter and that's it,” Fury pointed out.

Meanwhile, the Wilder rematch, which is the main reason why he’s participating in WWE is also approaching. And as Fury prepare for both huge events, he recently revealed that he’s working with boxing legend Micky Ward for the second showdown with Wilder.

Ward, who is best known for his come forward style and vicious body punching, also took part in Fury’s latest rant on Wilder. In a video he shared online, Fury and Ward can be seen laughing together as they both fired shots at the American champ.

“I’m here with boxing legend, Irish Micky Ward, he’s giving me some tips on the Deontay Wilder fight,” Fury said.

“I’m coming for you Wilder, you’re getting it son - Micky Ward style,” Fury continued.

Fury is due to take on Wilder on February 22, 2020. As expected, Fury already had some words to say to his nemesis. According to Fury, the reigning WBC heavyweight champ is a “loud mouth” and apparently, he has now has more American fans than Wilder, The Sun reported.

"I have already got more American fans than Wilder. For whatever reason, Wilder is not popular in America and people don't like him. He has got no substance. He is a loud mouth,” Fury exclaimed.