The Tyson Fury UK Anti-Doping hearing resumes today in London, United Kingdom following a protracted and long drawn out process to date.

The hearing resumes today but a verdict itself on the case is not expected until the new year.

Both Fury and his cousin Hughie Fury strongly deny all charges levelled against them in a case that is as complex as it has been drawn out.

Recently both men’s promoter’s Hennessy Sports released the following statement on the case:

It is hoped that this long drawn out process will be finished soon, which Fury’s uncle and trainer Peter has said they are looking to finish business on starting today:

It is already over two full years since Tyson Fury boxed Wladimir Klitschko back in November 2015 when he famously won the heavyweight title.

In recent times he has been losing weight once again in the hope that this time will be the final time he has to contend with outside the ring issues before returning to what he does best in the ring.

The heavyweight division is primed and ready for his return in 2018 too – with three current belt holders all vying for the top spot at the moment.