referring to Twitter 4 Tyson Fury claimed on Twitter he would be getting a licence from the Boxing Union of IrelandA BUI spokesman said: “The Boxing Union of Ireland has received no application from Mr Fury.
General secretary Robert Smith said: “Tyson Fury is suspended.
AP:Associated Press 4 Tyson Fury looks as though he was wrong to claim he would have an Irish boxing licence“He has an anti-doping issue, he has other medical issues that all have to be considered.
Fury says he plans to return to the ring on May 13 and that he is looking at opponents with promoter Frank Warren.
“Fury has a lot of issues he needs to deal with before he even thinks about getting in the ring properly.
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Boxing fans react to Tony Bellew’s Instagram post about Tyson Fury
Fury hasn’t fought since beating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 and had his boxing licence stripped after failing a drugs test for cocaine last year.
Tyson Fury hinting about his possible return to boxing is the biggest story in the heavyweight division since… well Saturday night to be honest.
The 34-year-old posted an old image of himself stood next to ex-heavyweight champion Fury on Instagram and Twitter captioned with a thinking face emoji.
But, if Bellew found Haye tough to beat, a resurgent Fury will an entirely different beast to master – providing his licence is reinstated.
It was undoubtedly the biggest win of the Bomber’s career and he pocketed a handy £2.8 million as a result.
as informed in We have had no application from Tyson Fury — I don’t know how he can say that.
The body that runs British boxing cast doubt on Tyson Fury’s announcement that he is close to returning to the ring, saying Tuesday that the former world heavyweight champion’s license remains suspended and that he has an upcoming anti-doping hearing.
Fury wrote on Twitter on Monday that he was “working on an opponent” and gave a date of May 13 for his return.
He relinquished his WBO and WBA titles last October on the day his license was suspended.
Robert Smith, general secretary of the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC), said he was surprised at Fury’s announcement because the boxer had his license suspended in October over drug use and medical issues.
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