Tyson Fury boasts he’s still the best ahead of Wladimir Klitschko v Anthony Joshua

Is a return of Tyson Fury on the cards?

The 28 year-old decided to step away from boxing due to a few mishaps including drug, alcohol and mental issues but has recently stated that he wants to return on May 13.

Tyson Fury tweeted to his followers yesterday with proof that all other title holders at 200 pounds are still lagging behind his achievements.

Back in November 2015, Tyson Fury managed to defeat Wladimir Klitschko but since then has taken a step back as other contenders take championship belts.

Wladimir Klitschko has ruled out a rematch with Tyson Fury if he reclaims two world titles with a victory over Anthony Joshua at Wembley, says the Ukrainian’s manager Bernd Boente. However if Joshua wins against Vladimir, he could then be known as the lineal heavyweight in the world. This could potentially spark fire for Fury to train even harder and set-up a redemption fight later on in the year.