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Tyson Fury’s comeback is becoming a reality even more since Robert Smith, the Chairman of the British Boxing Board of Control, confirmed they are willing to let Fury fight in 2018.

“Of course we want it done. We are as frustrated as anybody else, because I get questions about Fury on a regular basis, but ultimately it is up to them. We are ready to go, UKAD are ready to go on our behalf, and the independent panel are waiting for a confirmed date,” said Smith in an interview with Sky Sports.

Lately, Fury has been active on social media and posting updates about his comeback and promising to fight both Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder. 

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