“I’m Gonna Call Out Ryan Reynolds” – World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury Details Plans For Wrexham’s Upcoming Game

Published 09/21/2023, 12:16 AM EDT

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It looks like there will be a clash between superhuman powers and fists of fury! Wrexham AFC co-owner, Ryan Reynolds, has some time to get his Deadpool kit ready. After making it clear about not being interested in fighting Anthony Joshua, The Gypsy King seems to have some other plans. The two-time heavyweight champion has been cooking something for the Wrexham owner for their upcoming meet.

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Wrexham, on the other hand, has been rising up the ranks of the English soccer pyramid. Currently, on a four-game winning streak, their fans could have another reason to cheer for the club’s owner, Ryan Reynolds, with his upcoming challenge.

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Tyson Fury and Wrexham’s Ryan Reynolds did not have a reason to meet anytime soon. But the 35-year-old boxer from Lancashire wants to make an association with the Hollywood actor-entrepreneur. After his attempts to buy Morecambe FC have failed, The Gypsy King still wants to make a mark in the soccer universe.

In a recent YouTube video, Fury was seen asking his assistant “Amy, are you going to come down to the Wrexham vs. Morecambe game?” to which she replied yes, and then he continued,” I’m gonna call out Ryan Reynolds”. On November 25th, Wrexham will take on Morecambe FC who were relegated last year from League One. The English boxer surprisingly plans to ask Reynolds for an exhibition match. Fury earlier also opened up on who would be the perfect fighter to defeat John Jones, naming Tom Aspinall for that job.

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Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney (co-owner of Wrexham) on the other hand, would want to prioritize stadium rejuvenation the fans have been asking for. The expansion of the stadium at the racecourse is getting delayed, much to the restlessness of fans. What’s been happening with the Welsh soccer side in recent times?

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Wrexham remain composed

The Welsh club has been undefeated in the League since their first match against MK Dons. In the past few weeks, the club has climbed from the last quadrant to 4th on the table. The club’s recent win against their main tormentors from the past, Grimsby Town, would have raised their confidence levels to the sky. The Red Dragons won 3-0, clearly showing their weight over Grimsby.

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Phil Parkinson’s men will head to Edgeley Park on Saturday to play against Stockport FC. The club has always been encouraged by Ryan Reynolds to keep pushing for that promotion to the higher tier. Tyson Fury, on the other hand, will face off against Francis Ngannou on October 28th in Saudi. Looks like both renowned personalities still have quite a lot of time before possibly having a boxing face-off.

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Ruthu has a deep passion for soccer, particularly for Arsenal Football Club and the legendary Lionel Messi. With a fervent interest in sports journalism, he enjoys covering soccer from around the world. Alongside his dedication to soccer, Ruthu has a professional background as a qualified Clinical Pharmacist.
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