Good news for the heavyweight champion of the world has come as the Tyson Fury suspension gets lifted and paves the way for the Manchester’s man upcoming rematch with Wladimir Klitschko.
The Tyson Fury UKAD suspension had came about recently when the UK anti-doping agency alleged that he had used the performance enhancing drug known as nandrolone.
Subsequently, Fury vigorously denied the allegations and it appeared he was set to actually sue UKAD for their allegations that also said Tyson’s cousin and fellow undefeated professional heavyweight Hughie Fury had tested positive.
Good news has come for fans of both men today however, as trainer to both fighters and father to Hughie and uncle to Tyson, Peter Fury, has released the following statement on his Twitter account:
— peter fury. (@peterfury) August 3, 2016
Tyson Fury is due to face Wladimir Klitschko again at the Manchester Arena on a date that is heavily linked to being October 29th.
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