Tyson Fury Signs With MTK Global - Plans To Unify Heavyweight Division

Ruben Hill
November 26, 2017

The anti-doping hearing is due to resume in December, although the British Boxing Board of Control say Fury will not be guaranteed a renewed boxing license if he is found not guilty by UKAD (UK Anti-Doping).

It is unbelievable how fast they have grown and what they have achieved in the past few years.

The 28 year-old, who is eyeing a comeback from over two years out of action next year, has been training a Ricky Hatton's gym to shed weight in a bid to secure a fight with any top contender over the next twelve months.

"I couldn't be happier to sign an advisory deal with MTK Global", said Fury.

And earlier this month, Fury provoked a reaction out of his ordinarily-placid rival Anthony Joshua on social media.

On 30 October 2017, Robert Smith of the BBBoC blamed Tyson Fury for delays to his anti-doping hearing.

Nearly immediately after the duel with Haye was postponed, Tyson Fury was the first to jump on social media and demand a fight in the early months of 2018 with the Liverpudlian who is an astonishing seven inches smaller than him.

"I love boxing and I need it back in my life".

"There are plenty of options for me". So we'll sit down and decide who we choose but everyone knows the fights I really want.

'Listen he's given me a hell of a lot of stick, as good as he is, but Stavros if you're out there, let's get it going. "I want to knock out Anthony Joshua and I want to knock out Deontay Wilder and I believe by the time those fights happen they will be to unify the heavyweight division".

The "Gypsy King" is ramping up preparations for a return to boxing and announced signing with new management company MTK Global on Twitter.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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