Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury looks like he’s getting itchy knuckles again and appears set to make a return to the sport of boxing in the near future.

No doubt after watching last weekend’s heavyweight pay per view in the UK between Tony Bellew and David Haye, Fury is getting the urge to get back in the ring himself.

Significantly large fights would be available to him should he come back this year.

The likes of the Deontay Wilder, the winner of Joshua vs Klitschko or even a showdown with Haye coming off a defeat spring to mind.

In the hype driven boxing era we live in, Fury’s larger than life personality will make him a man demand in the growing heavyweight climate once again.

The relevant promoters will know him pitted against any of the big names in the division will equal a lot of interest from the public, and then some.

Fury has given his clearest indication to date that something big is imminent, which for our buck, has to be to do with a return:

Fury’s younger cousin Hughie contests the WBO title next month in New Zealand against champion Joseph Parker.

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