Tyson Fury, a professional boxer who recently made his World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) debut, has claimed that he can defeat Brock Lesnar in 30 seconds. 

Fury had initially insisted that his maiden WWE match, which was against Braun Strowman at the Crown Jewel, would be the only time he would step inside a WWE ring. Following his superb win over Strowman, the "Gypsy King" is already contemplating challenging WWE Champion Brock Lesnar for a fight. 

Fury hit Strownman off the apron with a knockout punch before he won via count-out in the Riyadh event. On the same show, Lesnar forced Cain Velasquez to tap in just two minutes. 

Speaking on The True Geordie podcast, Fury suggested that he can easily knock the former UFC Heavyweight Champion out in less than a minute if they two got involved in a real fight or WWE fight.

When asked about a potential fight between him and Lesnar, Fury said, "YIneah, I fancy a fight with Brock, for sure. I watched a few of his fights. (He's) pretty handy, but I can flatten him. In a WWE match or a proper fight, I can flatten Brock Lesnar in 30 seconds."

Fury also went on claim that he could also defeat the reigning UFC Heavyweight Champion Stipe Miocic.

Brock Lesnar In this picture, Brock Lesnar celebrates after winning the WWE Universal Championship match as part of the World Wrestling Entertainment Crown Jewel pay-per-view at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Nov. 2, 2018. Photo: FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images  The Manchester-born boxer, who admitted to have received $15 million for his match with the WWE, said his decision to join the WWE company angered his boxing promoter Frank Warren as the latter feared Fury might suffer a major injury so close to his next big boxing combat.

"I think this is a really bad idea'. Frank along with everyone else in my team was like 'concentrate on your job, you are not a showman or a movie star. He said you could get injured and what happens if the cut re-opens or if you get injured shoulders. If we lived our lives on 'what if' we would never do anything. These are once in a lifetime opportunities," Fury added.