WBC insists Fury must enrol in boxing programme

WBC insists Fury must enrol in boxing programme

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder have renewed their verbal sparring as their December 1 showdown in Los Angeles edges ever closer.

As of Sunday, Fury, whom the WBC recently rated No. 3, was still not enrolled.

WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman said he didn't know about the lack of fury in the program, although, according to the rules of the organization, participation in this program is a prerequisite for participation in the rating.

Breazeale may be first in line for his title shot, but WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman made it abundantly clear that he wouldn't prevent the victor of Wilder/Fury facing Joshua in a unification fight, should a deal be agreed.

"To date, VADA has not received Clean Boxing Program enrollment forms on Mr. Fury", Dr. Margaret Goodman, the president of VADA, told ESPN. "Mr". "He personally committed to me to enroll".

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Note that Wilder is known for fierce support for doping tests from WADA and is one of the most vocal critics of the fighters that avoid tests or caught using banned drugs.

Wilder told Fury, "It's not your time", and added: "This is my time".

Both men are undefeated in their professional careers, Wilder boasts an incredible 40 wins, 39 KOs, whereas Fury is 27-0 with 19 KOs and a more star-studded CV to match.

The WBC mandates that the all of its titleholders and contenders participate in the random drug-testing program overseen by the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association. 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.

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