Tyson Fury could have his boxing permit reestablished when the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) meets one month from now, a move that would enable the questionable British contender to make a sensational come back to the ring.
UK Anti-Doping has cleared the 29-year-old previous world heavyweight champion to return, after a nonappearance of more than two years, following his acknowledgment of an antedated two-year boycott over a positive test for a prohibited steroid.
Anger, who has denied any wrongdoing, has talked about his want to “recover the world titles which are legitimately mine” however can just box again with the consent of the BBBofC.
“Tyson Fury’s boxing permit suspension will be considered by the stewards of the board in January,” the board said on Wednesday.
Rage, who has not battled since his stun win against Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 to wind up noticeably the undisputed heavyweight best on the planet, said he was anticipating getting once more into the ring.
“I’m a battling man completely and I’ve never called it quits from anybody in my life and I was absolutely not going to down from battling this question,” he said.
Rage quickly set out a test to British countryman Anthony Joshua, who effectively guarded his IBF and WBA titles against Carlos Takam in October.
Fierceness tweeted: “@anthonyfjoshua where you at kid? I’m desiring you punk ent no1 obstructing my way now!”
Source: ( AFP )