Tyson Fury could be back to the ring in July. He has said on social media that he aims to use the undercard of Billy Joe Saunders to get back into the ring.
Fans of Tyson Fury might not have to wait long to see him in the ring as the former heavyweight champion announced on social media that he wants to make a comeback in July. According to Boxing News 24, the 28-year-old-champion said in his Instagram post that he is coming back and would be going over to Marbella for training purpose. In a brash tone, he wrote that he is coming back to take on all the bums.
Further, he wrote that he can confirm that he would be giving company to Billy Joe Saunders in his fight against Danny De Vito. Notably, the details of Saunders' fight against Avtandil Khurtsidze are still being finalized and it is speculated that he will get a date in July for the match to be held in London. As for Tyson Fury, he has not entered the ring since his victory against Wladmir Klitschko in Nov 2015, BBC reported.
His license was canceled by the British Boxing Board of Control in October last year. Tyson Fury also gave up his WBA and WBO heavyweight titles one day before the suspension of the license. The "Gypsy King" was also forced to give up his IBF title sometime before in Dec 2015 as he refused to fight the compulsory challenger. Later, allegations of doping and his struggles with injuries and depression caused him much trouble, making him take a sabbatical in his flourishing career.
It was only in March this year that Tyson Fury hinted at a comeback and now it looks like he is aiming to enter the ring with a bang. The long time that he spent out of the ring is propelling him to put back his boxing gloves.