Tyson Fury’s license to box was revoked by the British Boxing Board of Control on Thursday, a day after he vacated his heavyweight titles.
Tyson Fury vacated his heavyweight titles on Wednesday, ending a bizarre and puzzling reign as champion that was harmed by his drug use and depression.
Wladimir Klitschko’s manager said talks are going smoothly with Anthony Joshua’s camp for a possible heavyweight title fight on Dec. 10.
The WBO has given Tyson Fury 10 days to “show cause” why he shouldn’t be stripped of his WBO title for inactivity, breach of contract and flunking a drug test.
Peter Fury, Tyson Fury’s uncle and trainer, admitted he failed a VADA-administered drug test for “traces of cocaine” before his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko.
Tyson Fury admits he has problems with cocaine and alcohol and is suffering from mental illness in a revealing interview with Rolling Stone.
He’s the unbeaten heavyweight champion of the world but Tyson Fury’s future in the sport is in doubt and we’re at the teasing stage.
Tyson Fury has reportedly tested positive for cocaine and stands to lose his status as champion following a controversial and punchless title reign.
Fans share their anticipation for the Lomachenko-Walters showdown and the potential for Klitschko vs. Joshua in this week’s Friday mailbag.
It may come as a big surprise – or not – but the rematch between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko has been pulled off the big fight calendar a second time.