Date: 13th May 2017 at 1:43pm
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Now looking as if he wants to get his career back on tracks, Tyson Fury was left in limbo as far as the hearing relating to him taking a performance enhancing substance is concerned.

The charge we should point out in the fairness of play, has been denied by Tyson Fury.

Tyson, who hasn?t fought since beating Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf in November 2015, was looking for a positive result when the UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) hearing was set to place.

Currently without a boxing licence but back in training in Marbella alongside Billy Joe Saunders, Tyson Fury was hoping for a comeback fight in July.

However, that now looks in doubt with the Ukad hearing being postponed with the reason being due to a potential conflict of interest on its panel.

A rescheduled hearing date has yet to be confirmed.

The farcical situation has brought a response from Tyson?s promoter, Frank Warren, with Warren remarking,

‘We want to see the end of this. It’s gone on and on. It’s been over their heads for two years. It’s taken all this time to get there and in the meantime there’s no outcome.’

Considering the charges were levelled at Tyson on 24th June 2016, what has gone on is bordering on farce.

Can we please get it sorted one way or another!