‘Tyson Fury’ Could Possibly Stripped Of Titles & License, As He Confesses About Drug Abuse!


A very shocking confession has been done by one of world’s most known heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, now there is a serious problem of possibly losing his license and gets kicked out from the game forever.

The very known British Fighter confirmed the news and claimed the new personally of taking cocaine, before retracting the comments three hours later, he also said he is suffering from depression. British Boxing Board of Control general secretary Robert Smith (BBBofC) has called this incident very shameful and said that the use of any substance like cocaine is prohibited and is unlawful to every cause, The governing body, who recently met Ricky Hatton on 12 October, stripped off his licence after so rising drug use allegations against him.

tyson-furyThe British Boxe lost his license in 2010 and the former two-weight world champion has reportedly texted Fury asking ‘him to give me a ring is he needs me’. The BBBofC official meeting on the case of Tyson Fury has not been called till now, but smith has said that there will soon be dealing with this case regarding the use of possible drug abuse and further ahead.

The two responsible authorities for the title and Fury which is WBO and WBA is yet to make any statement over this case and they are actually not governing bodies and can easily strip-off fury’s title anytime declaring the title vacant or he can himself vacant it.

Smith is looking quite angry over this confession as he said in his statement that “We deal with the licence, so in theory, if we were to suspend him they would have no choice but to strip him because he can’t defend them, can he?

Fury who is an undefeated champion in almost 25 professional fight, but he hasn’t fought since the last year 2015 November, when he inflicted the first defeat on Wladimir Klitschko in more than 11 years, winning the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts.

He was stripped of the IBF strap within two weeks as he could not face mandatory challenger Vyacheslav Glazkov and a rematch with Klitschko has twice been postponed.

On Monday, Tyson Fury tweeted through his twitter account that: “I’m the greatest, and I’m also retired”. But three hours later posted: “I’m here to stay”.

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