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He has to be healthy in every way.

“We want Tyson Fury to come back fit and healthy, in the right circumstances. At present time, he has a few things going on, so he needs those things resolved. Once they’re resolved and he is a position to do so, we want to make sure he’s healthy. There a lot of stories out there about his health, physically and mentally, but the most important thing is him. Boxing comes second But if we are able to consider him boxing again, we want that to happen,” said the Chairman of the board, Robert Smith to Sky Sports.

Fury’s situation is still not totally resolved. He needs to have his hearing with UK Anti-Doping but apparently, the former world champion’s legal team have not given a date which has halted the issue.

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