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Tyson Fury’s comeback fight is still far away from happening. The former world heavyweight champion has been very active on social media lately, tweeting and posting videos about his possible future opponents Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua.

— TYSON2FASTFURY (@Tyson_Fury) October 31, 2017

Fury still hasn’t been officially licensed as a boxer by the British Boxing Board of Control and he still hasn’t had his final hearing with UK Anti-Doping.

So in other words, despite the activity on social media, nothing has changed as of yet. But it is expected that things might take a leap forward in January at least according to promoter Frank Warren. 

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