Tyson Fury is looking like he'll make his return to action in just a few months.
Fury, who's still awaiting word on whether or not his boxing license will be reinstated, said on Twitter that he's going to return to the ring in late April.
For the past few months, Fury had been trying to get reinstated by both the British Boxing Board of Control and the UKAD after failed drug tests in the past few years. Fury recently was given a two-year suspension by the UKAD that dated back to 2015, meaning Fury has already served the suspension. All that is left is for Fury to meet with the BBBofC at some point this month to decide on the fate of his boxing license.
Fury did recently sign with promotional company MTK Global to help book fights for his return. Fury has repeatedly stated he would like to fight unified champion Anthony Joshua and has received the support from Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn to make a Joshua vs. Fury fight possible down the line.
The undefeated Fury doesn't have an opponent for his in-ring return but has recently resumed training with his friend, WBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders. Fury hasn't fought since beating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 to win the unified WBA, WBO and IBF world heavyweight championships. Joshua has since won the WBA and IBF belts and Fury still holds the lineal and The RIng heavyweight championships.