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14:55  14 november  2017
14:55  14 november  2017 Source:   skysports.com

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Shannon Briggs wants to meet Tyson Fury back in the ring when their respective suspensions have finished.

Briggs is free to box again from Tuesday after a failed drug test but Fury remains suspended as he awaits his UK anti-doping hearing to resume.

"My target is Tyson Fury. He's a chump, he's a punk," Briggs exclusively told Sky Sports. "He shot some words at me on Twitter but he's scared of me.

Related: Joshua: I'll make Fury fight happen (Sky Sports)

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"It's a tough road back for him and I'm a fight that he doesn't want.

Fury tells Joshua "I don't need to get fit to punch your face in!"

  Fury tells Joshua Earlier today, Anthony Joshua sent a Tweet telling the ‘fat’ Tyson Fury to get fit (with an added expletive thrown in for good measure!). Fury, who is eying a comeback to boxing and a possible super fight against Joshua in the near future, responded to the heavyweight champion’s message with a social media post of his own. He took to Instagram to release a video, which he directed to “the weight lifter, big Anthony Joshua, the big, tough man” in which he said: “I don’t need to get fit for somebody like you, at all. I can come to you and I punch your face right in for you, even at 25 stone, so I really don’t need to get fit for you!” Fury went on to dismiss Joshua’s ability and even gave him some tips on how he should get better. “You had to fight a midget the other day and the referee had to stop it incase you got caught, or beat. Bum city like I always said! Useless! No gas, no stamina, too many weights! You want to practice on a bit more speed and less power. Bum!” Joshua is eying a fight with the undefeated WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder and if he wins that, a fight with Fury could be on the cards if the former champion is able to get himself into fighting shape and get his revoked boxing licence back.

Shannon Briggs has vowed to hunt down the "big boys" in Britain's heavyweight division after arriving in London. The former WBO heavyweight champion intends to challenge Tyson Fury , David Haye and Anthony Joshua during his trip to England.

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"This is the biggest fight for both of us, besides him getting a massive title fight. If he needs a tune-up for a title fight, why not fight a 45,000-year-old man?

"I like Fury but I want to knock him out. Once I knock out 'the whale' - that's what I call Fury - I bet that Wladimir Klitschko will come back [to fight me]."

Briggs gave Fury an encouraging pep talk at ringside last December when both men attended Anthony Joshua vs Eric Molina then, in a recent interview with Sky Sports, explained his own mental health issues.

"As far as his depression, I've got love for him," Briggs said about Fury. "I respect and understand what he's going through."

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Briggs, now aged 45, held the lineal world heavyweight title in 1997 then briefly won the WBO title in 2006, while Fury hasn't fought since ending Klitschko's divisional dominance two years ago.

"I look forward to resuming my career in the UK," said Briggs, whose most recent fight was at London's O2 in May 2016.

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Hearing relating to Tyson Fury's suspended drugs ban to be held next month .
Tyson Fury's hearing relating to his suspended drugs ban will be held in December. The former heavyweight champion's promoter, Hennessy Sports, confirmed on Thursday night that the delayed appointment with the National Anti-Doping Panel would go ahead next month.Fury – inactive for two years since dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in Germany in November 2015 – and cousin Hughie were charged in 2016 after testing positive for a banned substance.

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