News | Sep 20 2017

UKAD hits back at Tyson Fury claim

UKAD responds to Tyson Fury saying that it is delaying his doping case
Tyson Fury
Fury  |  Action Images/Peter Cziborra

UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has denied Tyson Fury’s claim that it is to blame for the long delay in the case against him and his cousin Hughie Fury.

The heavyweight duo were charged in June 2016 after they tested positive for a banned substance.

Hughie Fury has continued to box and will fight New Zealand’s Joseph Parker for the WBO title in Manchester on Saturday but Tyson Fury has not fought since his famous win over Wladimir Klitschko nearly two years ago.


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