Fury revealed last week the drug use and turmoil in his private life.
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British heavyweight Tyson Fury has had his boxing license suspended, hours after he announced he was relinquishing his two world titles to focus on his mental health.The 28-year-old WBO and WBA champion has not fought since beating Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko to win the titles in November 2015, and he announced Wednesday that his 11-month reign was over.Tyson's points victory over Klitschko in Duesseldorf, Germany, was one of the biggest upsets in the long history of heavyweight boxing.Fury called off a fight against Klitschko in July because of an ankle injury and again last month for an unspecified medical condition.A couple of days later, Fury announced his retirement in an expletive-laden tweet, only to abruptly reverse the decision.
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