Claims Wilder v Fury is in jeopardy RUBBISHED by WBC President
Former world champion Tyson Fury has completed his WBC Clean Boxing Program forms for Wilder v Fury and is enrolled in random drug testing.
Claims the fight with Deontay Wilder was in jeopardy were quickly squashed by WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman as Fury was said to have a week to sign up.
WBN has known 100% for a while now that Fury was always set to hand in his forms as stated in the contract to fight Wilder in the first place.
Sulaiman was forced to clarify things though, as rumors and reports took hold on Monday.
“Tyson Fury has sent World Boxing Council Clean Boxing Program enrollment forms to VADA Testing,” said Sulaiman.
Promoter Frank Warren is backing Fury to complete an amazing comeback on December 1.
“These are the two best heavyweights because they’re willing to step in the ring together. That’s what great fighters do,” said Warren.
“We are going to see something special on December 1. I think it’s going to be a fight that nobody expects. This is not going to be cat and mouse, it’s going to be a war.
“Tyson has a fighter’s mentality. He’s not trying to duck out through contracts, through a backdoor method. He wanted the fight and Shelly and I worked together to make this happen.
“You cannot miss it. This will be one of the best heavyweight fights for a long time.
“Fury is traveling to the other guy’s backyard like he did when he went to Germany and took Klitschko to school. He’s going to take Deontay’s belt and this is a fight you cannot afford to miss.”
Fury is currently training in Big Bear with coach Ben Davison in preparation for his toughest test yet.
A power-punching heavyweight with the desire to face the best awaits him in Los Angeles and Fury knows he must be at his best to win.