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Tyson Fury still not enrolled in WBC's Clean Boxing Program

11 October 2018

"If Tyson Fury does not enroll in the clean boxing program, the fight is not for the WBC title".

"It's frustrating. We keep requesting these meetings and they don't want them to take place, which is a bit odd when you're talking about the biggest fight in world boxing", Hearn told Sky Sports.

WBC champion Deontay Wilder's representatives have said they will not resume negotiations for a fight with Briton Anthony Joshua until better terms are offered and that no such offer has been forthcoming, Sky News reported.

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"Fury has promised me a part in the program".

Despite the fact that Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KO's) and Tyson fury (27-0, 19 KO's) has already officially announce the fight and staged a 3-day press tour, there is one serious unsolved problem. I'm sorry to tell you that'.

With a little less than two months until the fight, a testing program tailored for the Wilder-Fury fight would start right around the same time that these programs normally would.

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Wilder, who was cooperating with the officers of VADA. He failed two VADA tests for cocaine in 2016, which forced the cancelation of his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko, whom he had upset by decision to win three world titles belts and the lineal championship in November 2015.

Fury also said he had, "The psychological edge" because Wilder's nickname of the "Bronze Bomber" means, "A third-placed man".

But that's not the last time we will see the two men in close quarters before the fight.

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Goodman also said that there has been no request made yet from fight organizers for a specialized testing protocol that goes beyond the somewhat limited scope of the WBC's Clean Boxing Program.

Tyson Fury still not enrolled in WBC's Clean Boxing Program