Tyson Fury 6-5 to beat Anthony Joshua after being given all-clear
Heavyweight clash could be biggest ever in UK
Undefeated former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is 6-5 with Ladbrokes to beat Anthony Joshua after he was given the all-clear to resume his boxing career by UK Anti-Doping and accepting a backdated two-year ban.
Fury still faces a hearing to regain his licence from the British Board of Boxing Control, but all the signs point to Fury returning to the ring in 2018.
He wasted no time goading Joshua on Twitter saying: "where you at boy? I'm coming for you punk, ain't no one blocking my path now!".
If the fight eventually happens it could be the biggest heavyweight contest ever seen in the UK, and would almost certainly rival Joshua v Wladimir Klitschko for hype and drama.
Fury is likely to need several fights before taking on Joshua, and a clash with Tony Bellew may be on the cards after a recent war of words - Ladbrokes make Fury 1-5 to bash the Bomber.
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