Tyson Fury To Come back To The Ring In June

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Tyson Fury announces his June comeback to boxing with promoter Frank Warren.

The three titles once held by Fury now belong to Anthony Joshua, who has won seven fights since his rival last competed, unifying the belts against Joseph Parker last month.

The British Boxing Board of Control suspended Fury in 2016, amid a separate UK Anti-Doping investigation.

The 29-year-old is set to make his anticipated ring return on June 9th in Manchester against an unnamed opponent.

Lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, who gave up his trio of heavyweight titles amid personal turmoil in 2016, has officially announced his comeback to the ring.

"I've had many good Saturday nights watching the fella, he's a very good fighter and I can't wait to get back in there and prove that I am the best".

Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury during the press conference at the Four Seasons.

"Everyone loves a comeback story", Fury said.

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Though the fitness side of Fury's comeback is very much still a working progress, significant improvement has seen him prove doubters wrong and get into a position to re-ignite what has been so far, a ideal professional career.

Fury ballooned as high as 378 pounds during his two-year layoff and is hoping to get down as low as 259 pounds for his return. "I'm the fittest I've ever been", Fury said.

"I believe I can outbox both of them, but they are both very risky all the time they are in the ring".

"He only needs one punch - and unlike AJ he has got the speed and agility to throw them from anywhere".

However, none of the aforementioned will raise more eyebrows or spark half as much excitement as the announcement of Tyson Fury.

Joshua and WBC heavyweight title holder Wilder are in discussions for a blockbuster bout.

He added: "He should be getting a bit of motivation and hunger back in the belly to get training and get back in the ring because realistically people don't want to see a commentator".

While Fury certainly remains a wild card due to his weight and mental instability, it's possible he could become Kryptonite to the current champions should he return to elite form.

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