Tyson Fury edges closes to return, agrees hearing date with BBBofC

Paola Ditto
Novembre 24, 2017

"Like I said before Tony, you want to fight a real man, you want to fight the best heavyweight in the world, the heavyweight that beat everybody else, the heavyweight that has never lost, the real heavyweight champion of the world, then we are ready and waiting", he wrote on Instagram.

The WBA and IBF heavyweight king is now in the process of lining up his next fight with Joseph Parker thought to be next to take on the undefeated Brit.

"I think I know what I have to do with Wilder, Parker I don't disregard him but I think I'd smack Parker around the ring, no problem". It's as good as I've seen him in a long time, he's himself. Wilder, I'd knock him out with one shot.

No one is going to deny that Fury clearly does have a bit of a screw loose. Not like I'd go in there and bang but when I catch Wilder, I'd definitely knock him out.

     Joshua believes Tyson Fury would be an awkward fight
GETTY Joshua believes Tyson Fury would be an awkward fight

Fury is without a licence and is still awaiting the resumption of a UKAD hearing after allegations of anti-doping violations were made against him.

Should Fury be cleared, the 28 year-old could be back in action by the spring, provided he can get back to fighting fitness.

"And Fury would be a real breakdown job, a real gruesome type fight. Kind of like that Klitchko fight - I'll go to hellfire and back to get the win". I don't respect that.

"I think he's just got a bit of a screw loose". We were just moving around in the ring and having a good catch-up. And that's what I think me and Klitschko done. "And I think that's relit the division as well".

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