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“Of course we want it done. We are as frustrated as anybody else, because I get questions about Fury on a regular basis, but ultimately it is up to them. We are ready to go, UKAD are ready to go on our behalf, and the independent panel are waiting for a confirmed date,” said Smith in an interview with Sky Sports.

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