Brit recently retired from boxing following tricky period in his career that saw boxer without a licence for personal reasons
TYSON FURY will ‘100 per cent’ return to boxing to take on Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, according to close pal Billy Joe Saunders.
The Brit boxer, 29, recently retired from boxing following a tricky period in his pro career that saw the 6ft 9ins star without a boxing licence for personal issues.
Fury‘s last professional fight with Wladimir Klitschko in 2015… which he won.
But now Saunders has claimed Fury will “100 per cent be back” fighting against boxing’s elite.
Saunders, 27, claimed: “Let me tell you about Tyson.
“Tyson will be back. Tyson will 100 per cent be back fighting at the elite level again.
“It’s only at the moment he has a dark cloud over his head regarding his boxing license.
“That doesn’t enhance until after October.”
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Once Fury makes his eagerly-anticipated return to the ring, Saunders reckons he’ll be up against the likes of Joshua and Wilder.
Saunders added: “Once we get October out of the way, he will 100 per cent announce his return.
“I personal think within one or two fights he can fight Deontay Wilder or Anthony Joshua.”
Fury hasn’t fought since November 2015 when he dethroned Ukrainian heavyweight Klitschko winning the IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO world titles in Germany.
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