Controversial British boxer Tyson Fury is edging closer to a return to the boxing ring after the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) confirmed that they have received a request for hearing from Fury’s camp.
Fury has not been involved in a professional fight for the better part of two years with his last boxing match coming against Wladimir Klitschko in 2005.
He defeated Klitschko to become a boxing heavyweight champion.
Confirming the receipt of the request for hearing from Fury’s promoter, Frank Warren, BBBofC general secretary Robert Smith said: “After we last spoke on Tuesday, I received a note from Frank Warren asking for a hearing to get the suspension lifted.”
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