Fury says as soon as he recovers, he’ll come for what’s his: the heavyweight “thrown.”
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Reports by U.S. broadcaster ESPN last week claimed Fury had tested positive for cocaine.Fury had been scheduled to earn the biggest purse of his career in a rematch with Klitschko at the Manchester Arena after shocking the Ukrainian last November to become world champion.The video showed Kokkalenios at the wheel of a car, talking to an unidentified person behind the camera and suggesting Klitschko was somehow involved in the cocaine reports about Fury.Fury imposed his own face onto the picture, which he captioned "#Tysonmontana".Fury, the self-styled "Gypsy King," also won the IBF belt in his fight against Klitschko, but had to forfeit it after failing to fulfill a mandatory match against Vyacheslav Glazkov.A previously scheduled rematch with Klitschko, set for July 9, was scrapped after Fury sustained an ankle injury.The sample, taken nine months prior to Fury's sensational victory over Klitschko, contained traces of the banned substance nandrolone.
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