Tyson Fury's boxing licence has been suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control, just hours after he vacated his world titles.
Fury says he's given up his WBO and WBA heavyweight titles to fully focus on his medical treatment and recovery.
His Uncle Peter Fury, who's also his trainer, gave his reaction to Mike Hall:
Tyson Fury's boxing licence has been suspended pending further investigation into "anti-doping and medical issues", the British Boxing Board of Control has confirmed.
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has announced his retirement from the sport
In a tweet, the Manchester fighter said boxing was the "saddest thing I ever took part in."
He added: "I'm the greatest, and I'm also retired."
Liverpool's Liam Smith puts his WBO Super Welterweight belt on the line when he faces Canelo Alvarez in Texas on Saturday.
The Mexican knocked out Amir Khan in May and is regarded as one of the top two pound for pound fighters on the planet.
But as David Chisnall reports, Smith is respectful but far from fearful.
Liverpool boxer Anthony Fowler says he will turn professional after the Rio Olympics.
The Commonwealth Games gold medallist is one of 12 boxers selected for the British team.
He hopes to follow in the footsteps of names like Anthony Joshua and James DeGale by winning both Olympic gold and then a world title.
Mike Hall paid a visit to his gym to meet him.
There's a huge fight looming in September, when Liverpool's Liam 'Beefy' Smith defends his world title against the great Canelo Alvarez.
He's the Mexican middleweight who knocked out Amir Khan back in May.
And the challenge was clear when Liam came face to face with his rival inside the stadium where they'll do battle.
And where's that?
Here's david Chisnall with more:
The North West already has five boxing world champions and Liverpool's Jazza Dickens could become the sixth when he fights for the WBA Super Bantamweight title in Cardiff.
He faces Guillermo Rigondeaux, a fighter who many think is the best in the world right now.
But as David Chisnall has been finding out, Jazza is taking inspiration from the movies to achieve his dream.
Tyson Fury has just announced on Instagram that his anticipated rematch against Wladimir klitschko has been postponed until October.
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The fight was supposed to be taking place on July 9th at Manchester Arena, Fury has announced that he has been forced to put the date back to October due to the heavyweight champion picking up an ankle injury.
Fury shared a video to inform his fans that, while running in the Lake District for fitness training, he took a fall and badly sprained his ankle – a prognosis confirmed by a hospital visit.
Manchester's Anthony Crolla will hope to unify the lightweight division in September when he fights WBC and Ring Magazine world champion Jorge Linares.
The fight, which was announced today, will take place at the Manchester Arena on the 24th of September.
Crolla, from Moston, will have to defend his WBA world lightweight belt for the second time, after he overcame Darleys Perez earlier this year.
“I’m so excited to have the chance to unify the Lightweight division. Jorge is a fantastic fighter and it’s another mountain to climb, but these are the tests that I thrive on and I’ve beaten two great fighters in Perez and Barroso and I’m confident that I can beat Jorge too.
I’m having to pinch myself after everything that’s happened. I’m fighting the number one fighter in the division for the WBC, WBA and Ring titles; it doesn’t get any better than this. I’m very proud and privileged to be able to bring this fight to Manchester.''
Tickets will go on sale to Matchroom Fight Pass members at midday on Monday June 27 and on general sale at midday on Tuesday June 28.
Liam Smith defended his WBO light-middleweight title with a second-round knockout of Predrag Radosevic at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.Read the full story ›