‘Sun don’t shine forever’ – Watch Tyson Fury’s brilliant advice to UFC champ Leon Edwards at WWE Clash at the Castle


TYSON FURY advised UFC Welterweight Champion Leon Edwards to capitalise on his phenomenal title victory over Kamaru Usman and start making the big bucks.

Usman was set to win his sixth title defence last month at UFC 278 before British ace Edwards sent him crashing to the canvas with a stunning head-kick to hand him his first ever UFC loss.

Tyson Fury met Leon Edwards backstage at WWE Clash at the Castle

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Tyson Fury met Leon Edwards backstage at WWE Clash at the CastleCredit: @btsportufc
Leon Edwards defeated Kamaru Usman to become the UFC Welterweight Champion

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Leon Edwards defeated Kamaru Usman to become the UFC Welterweight ChampionCredit: Getty

Fury and the MMA star attended WWE’s first pay-per-view event in the UK since 1992 and watched Clash at the Castle in Cardiff on Saturday.

The two fighters met backstage and that is when the undefeated boxing legend told Edwards to get his career in full gear as soon as possible as the “sun don’t shine forever”.

Fury said: “The guy you just knocked out, was… 10 years as a champion. Big moves!

“Now time to make that paper. Get it in, get all what you can, while you can.

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“Nothing lasts forever, sun don’t shine forever and hold on to this belt.”

Fury also met with two of WWE’s biggest superstars backstage as he had a chat with Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and fellow British star Drew McIntyre.

But the Gypsy King didn’t just show up to watch the show as he also got involved in the main event between Reigns and McIntyre.

The 34-year-old knocked Theory out at ringside just before he could spoil a fantastic Undisputed title match by cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase.

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Fury also entered the ring after Reigns picked up the win to shake The Tribal Chief’s hand and then help McIntyre up to his feet and praise his heroic effort in front of a passionate crowd in Wales.

The undefeated heavyweight ended his tribute to The Scottish Warrior by singing a special rendition of American Pie at the Principality Stadium.





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