Fury has been cleared to fight again immediately.
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Britain's controversial former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury is free to resume his boxing career after a compromise on his positive test for a banned steroid was found with U.K. Anti-Doping, it was announced Tuesday.Fury has been cleared to fight again immediately, subject to receiving a license, after getting a two-year ban that has been backdated to December 2015 .Fury and his cousin and fellow heavyweight fighter Hughie, 23, tested positive for the banned steroid nandrolone in February 2015 .The pair, however, were not charged by UKAD until June 2016, by which time Tyson Fury had beaten Klitschko.
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