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Tyson Fury’s future remains unclear as the British Boxing Board of Control are yet to receive a date for the resumption of his UK Anti-Doping hearing.
The former world heavyweight champion had hoped to return to boxing this year, but is still waiting for a final ruling from UKAD on a suspended drugs ban after the hearing was adjourned last month.
Fury has not fought since he claimed three world titles with a points win over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, and is unable to plan a comeback fight with the British Boxing Board of Control yet to be notified about when proceedings will continue.
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury have both done their own share of trash talk towards each other over the past few months (see image below). Immediately after Anthony Joshua defeated Wladimir Klitschko in April at Wembley Stadium by TKO he called out Tyson Fury saying “Tyson Fury, where you at”.
However, Tyson Fury reacted angrily last week after Joshua branded his 2015 points win over Wladimir Klitschko as ‘boring’.
He reiterated his desire to face Joshua, but the current WBA ‘super’ and IBF champion has urged his rival to regain full fitness before he thinks about a British battle.
“I don’t think Tyson can lace his own boots at the minute,” said Joshua. “When Tyson is fit, when he’s ready, we’ll be ready.”
It seems that Anthony Joshua wants to fight Tyson Fury as it is a fight boxing fans, especially British boxing fans would love to see. However, at the moment Tyson Fury is in no shape to be fighting Anthony Joshua who is in the best shape of his boxing career so far.