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Tyson Fury Promises For 2018 To Be His Big Year

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The former heavyweight champion of the world currently is shedding the pounds as he readies himself for a comeback this April it is expected.

Whether or not he comes back to what he once was remains to be seen.

He has parted companies with his old trainer and uncle Peter Fury professionally and is now training under a coach called Ben Davison.

So far Fury has looked like he’s steadily taken off a lot of weight but obviously has some way to go just yet, in terms of properly getting back into fight shape.

Speaking from his training camp in Spain, Fury said:

“This year is gonna be a big year & everything I’m gonna do will be big, everything I’m gonna buy will be big, Tyson2fastfury the big boy of boxing, #flashcunt”

The big year that he is predicting surely must include by the end of it a crack at a title against either Anthony Joshua or Deontay Wilder.

Fury recently lost his Ring Magazine belt after inactivity but still has a lot going for him in the sense he’s a big name in world boxing, and now looks like he is all clear to get his license back soon.

Who he goes with as his new promoter will be interesting to see over the coming weeks.