Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Fury to make comeback on June 9

Fury to make comeback on June 9

The self-proclaimed "Gypsy King", 25-0 (18 KO's), has been back in full training working towards his long-awaited comeback fight and is determined to prove that he is still the man in the Heavyweight division by reclaiming all of the belts that rightfully belong to him.

Former world heavyweight champion Fury yesterday announced a June ring return, after serving a doping ban, and vowed to reclaim the titles from his fellow Briton.

"They won't be a match up for me".

Having not fought a competitive bout since becoming the unified heavyweight boxing champion of the world in 2015, Fury's victory over Wladimir Klitschko preempted a steep spiraling of his story thus far.

"The Mac is back and he's ready to take the world back", he said. "I'm the fittest I've ever been", Fury said.

Fury had become increasingly vocal about a prospective ring return in recent months, and further clamour for his comeback arrived following Anthony Joshua's laborious win over New Zealand's Joseph Parker on 31 March; Fury's own assessment was that the pair's unification clash was a "shit fight, and a shit performance by both fighters". He's looking for one punch all night.

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Warren also stressed that it will be Fury who will determine the pace of his return. Not only is Fury bigger than Joshua and Wilder, he has better hand speed, technique and a natural shiftiness that left Klitschko confused and gun shy.

"I am certain the boxing public - who he never lost the affection of - will get behind him in force and support his journey - starting at the Manchester Arena on June 9th".

Fury believes the current heavyweight title holders are "sluggers and wild punchers".

"Deontay is top of the pile", Fury added. He only needs one punch. But they're all vulnerable.

Tyson Fury will fight for the first time in almost three years when he returns to the ring in Manchester on June 9.

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