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As we all wait for Tyson Fury’s return to professional boxing, there’s still the matter of getting his license and an opponent for his comeback fight. ‘The Gypsy King’ most likely won’t get a shot at Joshua for his return so naturally, a tune up is in order to shake off any kind of ring rust after a long break.

Fury has brought up a potential opponent from his past. David Price.

Price obviously took the bait immediately.

— David Price (@DavidPrice_1) November 16, 2017

The two share a history for sure. Fury famously called Price a number of things live on air during James DeGale’s fight against Hadillah Mohoumadi in 2012.

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