Tyson Fury's invasion of the WWE has continued in full force.
As BoxingScene.com previously reported last Friday, Fury was involved in an angle on one of WWE's flagship shows, SmackDown, which made it's heavily hyped debut on FOX.
The controversial heavyweight was ringside, and watched Braun Strowman, The Miz & Heavy Machinery defeat AJ Styles, Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode.
During the match, there were some stares and words exchanged between Fury and Strowman. The angle played out with Strowman throwing Ziggler into Fury, which prompted the British boxer to come over the guardrail and attempt to go after Strowman. The angle came to an end with security preventing Fury from getting physical with Strowman.
Late Friday night, WWE announced that Fury would be present at Monday's episode of Raw - which is carried by the USA Network.
Raw took place at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, California.
Throughout the three hour program, Fury conducted an interview - where he demanded an apology from Strowman. And later Strowman took part in an interview of his own, where he warned Fury to keep his talkative nature in check.
At the end of the show, Fury came down to the ring and he was interviewed by WWE personality Jerry 'The King' Lawler. Fury demanded his apology, which prompted Stowman to come down to the ring.
The two fighters exchanged some scripted verbal jabs, and then had a face to face stare down. Fury pushed Strowman, which led to Strowman tackling Fury to the corner - and the two of them began to brawl.
Several security guards stepped in to break them up - which eventually led to Fury and Strowman knocking out all of the security guards. They began to brawl once again, which led to several wrestlers running to the ring to break them up. Fury and Strowman broke through the wrestlers several times to continue brawling, and they were pulled apart several times.
When order was finally restored, or at least we thought, Strowman ran back to the ring to continue the battle with Fury.
The televised show closed out with Fury and Strowman brawling in the ring as wrestlers continued to do their best to break them up.
According to wrestling insiders, the series of angles are building towards a Fury vs. Strowman program at WWE's big event on October 31 in Saudi Arabia. Whether or not they will actually wrestle in the ring remains to be seen.
Fury is scheduled to fight WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder on a date in February. Wilder will first have to overcome Luis Ortiz in a rematch on November 23 in Las Vegas.