Tyson Fury to manage himself on boxing return?

Former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury reveals on social media that he has been registered as a manager by the British Boxing Board of Control.

Tyson Fury has indicated that he intends to manage himself on his return to boxing.

Earlier this month, it was announced that Fury would end an absence of over two-and-a-half years in a comeback fight in Manchester on June 9.

Fury is still waiting to officially be given his licence back by the British Boxing Board of Control, but the 29-year-old has seemingly taken steps to make further decisions regarding his future.

On Instagram, Fury posted: "Well then boys & girls, I'm an official BBBOC manager. Thanks to the BBBOC for the opportunity."

An opponent is yet to be named for Fury's first outing in the ring since disavail Wladimir Klitschko of his world titles in November 2015.

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