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Tyson Fury’s anticipated comeback announcement has got the boxing world talking.

The former heavyweight king announced his return to boxing this Thursday with intentions of dethroning the current unified champion Anthony Joshua and taking back all the belts that he once owned.

Fury promised that he would knock Joshua out should they eventually meet.

“I’d outbox him for a few rounds then I’d knock out him out,” stated Fury.

He also called Joshua his ‘belt carrier.’

“Joshua is a big old dosser, a belt carrier for me and it will be an easy fight, no contest,” he said.

One man who certainly has something say about Fury’s comeback is David Haye.

Fury and ‘The Hayemaker’ were schedulled to fight back in 2013 and 2014, but Haye had to pull out on both occasions due to injuries. 

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