BREAKING: Tyson Fury's comeback has been given the green light
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The BBC claim that the British Boxing Board of Control have also agreed to the outcome and, when Fury’s license is reinstated, he could be free to return to the ring.
This latest revelation follows a long period out of the sport in which Fury has battled with drug and alcohol abuse as well as depression.
Appearing on Sky’s Soccer PM and Dave Allen’s ‘White Rhino Fightcast’, Fury’s comments showed that he seems to have returned to a healthier state of mind. He is back in training and has already called out fellow Brit heavyweight, Tony Bellew.
Have a look for your self official documents. pic.twitter.com/q7M0ujZtlY— TYSON2FASTFURY (@Tyson_Fury) 12 December 2017
Fury has not fought since 2015 but has already named a number of opponents as potential comeback opposition. Tony Bellew, Shannon Briggs and David Price have all been mentioned.
Watch this space for more on Tyson Fury’s comeback.