TYSON FURY has been offered the chance to crack Hollywood under the tutelage of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
The Gypsy King has come out of his short-lived boxing retirement and is set to defend his WBC heavyweight world title on December 3.
He will take on old foe Derek Chisora in a trilogy fight – a man he has already beaten in 2011 and in 2014.
However, he has never been one to turn down a new venture, as his recent WWE exploits prove.
Fury, 34, has also featured in a Christmas song with Robbie Williams, starred in his own documentary and released an autobiography.
Now he could be preparing to take on the silverscreen with the help of the “Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment”.
Ex-WWE champ and Hollywood mega-star Johnson made the incredible offer to the British boxer while talking to talkSPORT ahead of the London premiere of his new Black Adam movie.
The 50-year-old powerhouse said: “Tyson’s my boy, I love Tyson.
“Of course, everyone knows his story and I love how he’s overcome mental health challenges and he’s just such an advocate, so nothing but love and respect for Tyson.
“I know he loves WWE and we had a good chat about that, so if he gets into Hollywood, then call me and we’ll make something.”
It did not take Fury long to respond to “The Great One” as he took to Instagram.
He said: “Hi this is a special video to my brother, The Rock, aka. Dwayne Johnson.
“Thank you for the kind words today on talkSPORT, I wish you all the success in the world for your new movie, Black Adam.
“All the best and I’ll see you soon my brother and when we come to Hollywood we’re rocking it, we’re gonna do a twins movie.”
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