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Leaving Tyson Fury to recover from mental health issues will test hungry media - The Conversation UK

Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has voluntarily vacated his WBO, WBA and IBO world titles, citing mental health problems that have left him “medically unfit” to compete. Fury's mind has been elsewhere of late. The controversial boxer relinquished the ...and more »

Jamie Moore on Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Wladimir Klitschko, Tony Bellew and more - SkySports

Jamie Moore gives his views on another busy week with Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko topping the list, while he also looks ahead to Tony Bellew's first defence and answers the weekly weird question.and more »

Tyson Fury is down... but don't count out the man who became heavyweight champion of the world just yet - Daily Mail

Tyson Fury's meltdown has reduced him from the heavyweight champion of the world to a fallen giant at rock bottom. But it is not terminal. Not quite. Not yet. Those priceless belts have been relinquished, albeit that the midnight timing of the ...and more »

Tyson Fury: 'This might not be the end, this might be the start, the catalyst that turns his career around,' says ... - The Independent

David Haye believes Tyson Fury is capable of "reinventing" himself and will return an improved fighter if he addresses the issues that have previously undermined him. Fury vacated his WBA and WBO heavyweight titles on Wednesday and the next day the ...and more »

David Haye thinks Anthony Joshua easily beats Wladimir Klitschko - SkySports

David Haye believes IBF world champion Anthony Joshua will easily beat Wladimir Klitschko should the pair meet later this year. Talks are ongoing about a blockbuster clash between the two heavyweight giants, with Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn revealing ...and more »

Tyson Fury in dope tangle, vacates titles - Deccan Chronicle

London: Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's licence to box has been suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC), the national governing body announced on Thursday. The decision came after the troubled British boxer, who ...and more »

Tyson Fury's trainer Peter insists shamed heavyweight champ will get boxing licence back and reclaim his world titles - The Sun

TYSON FURY'S trainer insists that the shamed heavyweight champ is NOT a drug addict — and will get his licence back. The Brit, 28, is being treated for “manic depression”, while boxing chiefs yesterday launched a probe into “anti-doping and medical ...and more »

Tyson Fury spotted with Spar bag of snacks as he leaves his jeep as Peter Fury admits suspension could be 'blessing ... - The Sun

World heavyweight champ is getting treatment for a form of manic depression after having licence revoked. Pictured. By ALEX TERRELL. 14th October 2016, 8:28 am. Updated: 22nd October 2016, 1:50 pm. TYSON FURY has been spotted getting ready to dip ...and more »

Boxing bodies urged to do more about mental health issues - Boxing News Online

Don't miss any action. Sign up for the free BN newsletter(s) here. BARRY McGUIGAN is calling on the powers that be in the UK to work together in order to provide support for members of the sport suffering with mental health issues. The topic has ...and more »

Eddie Hearn hopes Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko can fight for WBA heavyweight crown - Mirror.co.uk

Anthony Joshua 's promoter Eddie Hearn hopes the WBA crown will be on the line when the IBF champ fights Wladimir Klitschko. The jostling to challenge for Tyson Fury's vacant world heavyweight belts has already begun. The British Boxing Board of ...and more »