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“He has to get his license back and that will depend on what happens in January,” told Warren.

Fury still seems certain that he will get his license back and fight Joshua in 2018. He’s even tweeted the President of the United States, Donald Trump to walk him out into the ring.

So far, President Trump has not responded to Fury’s tweet.

According to reports and the man himself, training has started for Fury who hasn’t fought professionally since beating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015.

As for Trump, this isn’t the first time he’s been asked to participate in boxing. 

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