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“I don’t really know what’s going on because I’m not a promoter. I know there’s a lot of guys trying to do a lot of stuff at the minute. Trying to make fights and whatever. The most important thing at the moment is getting over the line with the case. I just need to get that out of the way. I can’t do nothing at the moment. I’m in limboland. But what am I gonna do? It all comes down to the December or whenever the court case is. Get that out of the way and then we can talk turkey,” told Fury.

Speaking of tune up fights, Fury is confident he can still hang with the best of them in the heavyweight division.

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