Tyson Fury is hoping for a big 2018 as the former world heavyweight champion prepares to present his case for a license to the British Boxing Board of Control.
The 28 year-old has been out of the ring for two years since dethroning Wladimir Klitschko of his many title belts but is yet to answer charges that he failed a UK Anti-Doping drug test.
That process begins this week and Fury could find out his fate by Thursday or Friday. Should he be cleared, Fury is eyeing a steady and sustained road back to the top.
During an appearance on Soccer PM on Saturday night alongside Jimmy Bullard, Jason McAteer and Danny Dyer, Fury said his intention was to fight on shows all over the world and stated landing a fight with current ruler Anthony Joshua on not his main goal.
Watch the video below by Soccer PM
Tyson Fury reveals his plans for 2018 ????
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) December 9, 2017