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Tyson Fury’s return to the ring is now in full motion, he has announced that he will make his return to the squared circle on June 9th.

It will be ‘The Gypsy King’s first fight since defeating the then longtime reigning world heavyweight champion, Wladimir Klitschko for the unified Lineal, WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO world heavyweight titles.

Furthermore, Fury will recommence his partnership with Frank Warren as he has opted to continue his career under the veteran promoter’s stewardship despite sustained talk that Fury was considering signing with Matchroom.

The upcoming return to the sport for the Fury will take place on June 9 at familiar territory for the former heavyweight ruler at The Manchester Arena.

An opponent for Fury has yet to be confirmed at this stage.

“I have finally returned.

“I am over the moon, it has been a long and complex situation that I am glad I have overcome now,” Fury said.

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