Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury gate crashes a boxing event in Monte Carlo that will see Chisora fight on it.
Tyson Fury is well and truly back on the boxing scene both online and offline as he appeared earlier today in Monaco ahead of this weekend’s boxing show in France.
The card features the likes of Scott Quigg and Gavin McDonnell, but also plays host to a heavyweight bout involving previous Fury opponent Dereck Chisora.
Some have already speculated that a third fight between the two fighters could be next in play for Fury’s first return fight following an extended lay off from the sport.
Fury has not got his boxing licence officially back just yet and still awaits a hearing from UKAD, but in recent days Fury thanked the British Boxing Board for giving him the green light to fight again in 2018.
The likes of Michael Buffer, Eddie Hearn, Billy Joe Saunders, Frank Bruno and many other notable boxing personalities have called for the return of Fury.
Frank Bruno, ex-heavyweight champion, mentioned in an interview with Talk Sport this week that:
“Boxing needs Tyson Fury.”
Well, Fury has had plenty to say today on IFL TV YouTube (hat tip) from mocking Anthony Joshua to waiving some sort of white flag at a British Boxing Board official: