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Tyson Fury Books His Return on June 9

13 April 2018, 01:49 | Kristopher Drake

Tyson Fury announces comeback - with sights set on Anthony Joshua

Former World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury confirms comeback fight in June

June 9th at the @ManchesterArena is the first step back to reclaiming what is rightfully his.

Fury has been preparing to return since January after his suspension on his boxing licence was lifted by British Boxing Board of Control.

The former unified world heavyweight champion hasn't fought since November 2015, where he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf, Germany.

That would see WBA, WBO and IBF champion Joshua entering the ring against WBC heavyweight title holder Wilder first, with Fury enjoying a couple of warm-up fights before taking on the victor of that grudge match later in the year - New Year's Eve fights are always big business in boxing, after all.

An all-British World heavyweight title showdown remains the chief target for both, but Fury will likely face a variety of warm-up opponents - including American Shannon Briggs - before attempting to reclaim the crown he never lost in the ring.

Warren explained that Fury will need four fights before taking on Joshua or Wilder in a championship fight, which could take anywhere between one to two years.

"HE'S BACK! Delighted to announce that gypsyking101 has signed a promotional deal with us".

The Brit is free to resume his boxing career after serving a backdated two-year doping ban and will return against an unnamed opponent in his home city.

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"I'm the fittest that I've ever been".

"I can't wait to get in there and prove I am the best even after all this time out".

But Fury is back and has teamed up with Frank Warren.

Compatriot Anthony Joshua, the 2012 Olympic champion, now holds those belts as well as the IBO one and is hoping to become undisputed champion if a fight against WBC champion Deontay Wilder can be arranged.

"He's going to be busy".

"He needs to get himself fighting fit".

The Return Of The Mack and it has been a long time coming. "He needs to get some rounds under his belt", Warren said.

"It hasn't been frustrating [on Joshua], I just have to congratulate the fella, he's done very well".



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