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Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has gone through a prolonged struggle against UK Anti-Doping.

Fury and his cousin Hughie Fury tested positive for nandrolone, a banned anabolic steroid. According to the BBC, the Fury’s had been using it in February 2015 before Fury’s fight against Wladimir Klitschko in November. Fury famously outboxed the Ukrainian heavyweight great and grabbed the heavyweight mantle for himself.

The two were supposed to fight again in a rematch but the fight got postponed twice due to Fury’s mental struggles. Time and time again Fury has denied using any steroids and has claimed that his testosterone levels went up due to eating contaminated meat.

— TYSON2FASTFURY (@Tyson_Fury) November 8, 2017

UKAD gave the Fury’s a temporary suspension that got lifted once they appealed in August 2016. In October the same year, Fury announced that he would give up all his titles. He made his mental health struggles public and tested positive for cocaine.

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