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Frank Warren: Tyson Fury Has Every Right To Be Furious!

By Frank Warren

BILLY JOE SAUNDERS may have been the headliner on Saturday but, earlier in the evening, there was only one man capturing the hearts and minds of many of those in attendance at the Copper Box.

Due to a few of the things he has come out with in the past, Tyson Fury doesn’t appeal to everyone, but boxing fans recognise Tyson for his achievements and certainly have a great affection for him.

I don’t think anybody out of the hundreds that beckoned him over from his ringside perch left without a picture or an autograph and they all wanted to know when he will be back doing what he does best.

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That is a question we would all like to know the answer to.

Tyson being left in such a state of limbo is just plain wrong and I simply don’t understand how the authorities can justify leaving him in the lurch for so long.

If he is guilty of anything then deal with him. Let him know where he stands. People up on criminal charges get fairer treatment – they have a trial and get found guilty or innocent.

How can someone have two years of this hanging over their head? It is not right and can’t be right.

Even if he is guilty, what he has gone through is totally unacceptable and I am now told the aborted hearing in May has now been pushed back yet again.

I do suspect that if any other sporting figure was subjected to similar, people would be demanding a resolution. So why aren’t newspapers or media outlets jumping on this?

Despite everything, Tyson is looking and sounding well, but what he needs now is a focus and to be given the green light to get back to work.

Boxing is what he does and he is being prevented from plying his trade, which wouldn’t happen in other walks of life.

If he is guilty and has to serve a suspension then so be it, but he also has the right to know when his time out of the ring has been served.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by A.K on 09-21-2017

Fury is a fat boy at heart it's a addiction to over eat, he's done no coming back.

Comment by kafkod on 09-21-2017

[QUOTE=denium;18073988]Why can't Fury just box under another board rather than the BBBoC? Didn't Haye and Chisora fight with a Luxembourg license?[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=DRUSS;18074598]I absolutely agree with Mr. Warren here, the BBBC have a hard-on for Fury and they are going to…

Comment by DRUSS on 09-21-2017

I absolutely agree with Mr. Warren here, the BBBC have a hard-on for Fury and they are going to completely wring him out over this hearing if they can. Why, though doesn't Tyson leave the BBBC's jurisdiction and fight out…

Comment by Paddy Mashdown on 09-21-2017

Why can't Fury just box under another board rather than the BBBoC? Didn't Haye and Chisora fight with a Luxembourg license?

Comment by redmish on 09-21-2017

Fair enough, it has gone on too long but if he is really wanting to come back, couldn't he have stayed in shape? The board aren't stopping him training or eating right. He needs to lose 50 pounds at least.

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