Controversial British boxer Tyson Fury is free to restart his boxing career after reaching a compromise to end his lengthy battle with UK Anti-doping (Ukad).
Fury, 29, had earlier been charged in June 2016 for the use of a banned steroid before attributing the result to the consumption of uncastrated wild boar.
He is now set to resume his career again once he regains his boxing licence from the body that manages the licensing of boxers in the UK, The British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC).
According to Ukad, the BBBofC has agreed to the outcome.
A statement from Ukad confirming the new development said: “In recognition of the retrospective counter-arguments and the risks inherent in the dispute resolution process, each side has accepted a compromise of its position.”