Tyson Fury could be stripped of his boxing licence on Wednesday
Oct 12, 2016, 02:53
"I've been out drinking, Monday to Friday to Sunday", Fury told the magazine.
Speaking with Sky Sports, Hearn said that, no, Haye (who recently tweeted that he will be fighting again on Dec 10, a possible date for Joshua-Klitschko if it is made) will NOT be next for the reigning IBF heavyweight champ.
The announcement for Anthony Joshua's mega-fight with ex-heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko is being held off until the British Boxing Board of Control decide what to do with Tyson Fury. "Timing is everything & the time now is ideal for AJ". "The only thing that helps me is when I get drunk out of my mind".
Promoter Eddie Hearn has ruled David Haye out of contention as he looks to name Anthony Joshua's next opponent.
And we are now set for one of the biggest fights in recent boxing history.
He also allegedly failed a drugs test for cocaine before pulling out of this month's rematch with Klitschko.
"The titles should be freed up, let people fight for them, Wladimir Klitschko, whoever is in line", he said.
He has twice pulled out of a rematch with Klitschko, the second withdrawal coming last month - ahead of a scheduled October 29 fight - when Fury was declared "medically unfit" by his team.
"The WBO Championship Committee decided that you have ten (10) calendar days, final and non-extendable to show cause why your title should not be vacated due to inactivity, breach of contract and performance enhancing drugs and stimulants", Batista-Salas wrote.
Britain's former two-weight world champion, Ricky Hatton, had his license taken away by the British board in 2010 following widespread allegations about the use of cocaine.
Both Joshua and the reigning WBC champion, Deontay Wilder, have offered their support to Fury, saying they hope he will soon be fit enough to return to the sport.
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