UFC legend Cain Velasquez will battle Brock Lesnar inside a WWE ring after the showdown was confirmed at an explosive Las Vegas press conference.
The two former Octagon kings were both in attendance alongside Tyson Fury and Braun Strowman in Sin City for the blockbuster announcements.
Velasquez, 37, will make his WWE debut against the 42-year-old at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia on October 31.
The wrestling company has made headlines around the globe over the past week with appearances from both the former UFC heavyweight champion and heavyweight boxing king Fury.
Velasquez retired from the UFC before reportedly inking a lucrative long-term deal with the WWE ahead of his debut.
Lesnar was confronted with a ghost from his past just moments after capturing the WWE Title from Kofi Kingston on SmackDown last Friday.
The Beast had launched a vicious attack on Rey Mysterio and his son Dominick days earlier on Raw.
But as he celebrated his championship win on Friday he was suddenly interrupted by the “Master of the 619” and Velasquez — the man who defeated him in 2010 for the UFC Heavyweight belt.
The former Octagon king, a friend of Mysterio, then sprinted down to the ring to lay a beatdown on Lesnar to gain some revenge on behalf of his pal.
The UFC legend wasn’t the only one to be named as the a megastar making his WWE debut with boxing’s Fury also set to enter the ring officially in a fight against Strowman.
“I just want to say how honoured I am to be involved with something like this,” Fury said. “I’m a lifelong WWE fan and I’ve always wanted to do something like this.
“After seeing Braun Strowman I really know why he’s got the nickname Monster Among Men, but me being the undefeated lineal boxing champion, I fear no man.
“I’m undefeated in 30 professional contests and when I go to Saudi Arabia to fight Braun Strowman I’m still going to be undefeated because I’m going to knock him out.
“He talks about how good his hands are but he’s messing with a guy who has the best hands in boxing.”
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