Tyson Fury poses for topless 'shape of our lives' photo with Ricky Hatton

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Fury and Hatton have been working out in the gym in a bid to get the former world heavyweight champion into shape.

And the 'Hitman' posted on Twitter today: "My & my mate @Tyson_Fury @HattonGym today. Both in the shape of our lives. Bring it on."

Hatton added: "'Promise you don't let Tyson Fury's look fool you. Given more time. What I've seen the last few weeks. Watch this space. Trust the Hitman'."

Fury later responded on Instagram.

He wrote: "Looking well here rick, both in great shape, Loving the work @rickyhitmanhatton @bendavison_ @hattongym."

Fury has vowed to return to the ring and reclaim heavyweight gold.


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British heavyweight Tyson Fury is free to resume his boxing career after coming to a joint agreement with UKAD today to finally resolve the ongoing anti-doping proceedings.

Fury outpointed Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015. However, it later emerged that a drug test had come back positive for nandrolone some nine months prior to the Klitschko fight. Fury’s legal team argued that his B-sample was clean, as were his blood tests, and any trace of a banned substance was a direct result of ingesting contaminated meat.

A proposed rematch with Klitschko fell through last year and Fury was later stripped of his boxing license by the British Boxing Board of Control when the above-mentioned test results came to light. Younger cousin, and former heavyweight title challenger, Hughie Fury, was also under investigation by UKAD but that case has also been closed.

To get this matter resolved, Tyson Fury had to accept a backdated two-year ban.

“We settled because even though we knew we could win this case in a big way, we wanted to get on with both fighter’s careers,” promoter Mick Hennessy told “If we waited around it could take another 18 months to two years. UKAD could not prove that either Hughie or Tyson had knowingly taken performance enhancing drugs and that’s why the automatic 4-year ban was not enforced.”


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