Tyson Fury will be at WWE Clash at the Castle.
WWE posted a video of the 34-year-old boxer confirming his attendance for the event. Fury noted that he will be sitting ringside for the show.
"Hi, Tyson Fury here. I'm really excited for the first WWE Premium Live Event in 30 years going down at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff," Fury says.
"I will be sat ringside, live and exclusive to watch this great event."
GiveMeSport reported on Wednesday that Fury would be at the event but is not expected to get physically involved with the action.
"The decision to keep Tyson away from the ring is likely due to the fact he doesn’t want to risk picking up an injury ahead of a potential return to boxing," wrote Louis Dangoor.
Fury is rumored to be facing Oleksandr Usyk later this year.
During a post-fight press conference in April, Fury teased possibly wrestling Drew McIntyre in Cardiff.
"I got to speak to Vince and the boys, maybe make this happen. I know Drew McIntyre has been saying a lot of things about me, I’d love to knock him out. I’d love to be at Cardiff. I’d love to be back at center stage in the UK," he said.