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Tyson Fury will face no criminal action from Greater Manchester Police following hate crime allegations.
Police looked into comments made by heavyweight champion Fury about homosexuality following a complaint by a member of the public.
However, officers have decided "no criminal offence has taken place" and the complaint will be recorded as a "hate incident".
"The matter has been investigated in line with national hate crime policy and has been recorded as a hate incident," a GMP spokesman said.
"The circumstances in which these comments were made suggest that no criminal offence has taken place and this matter will not be investigated any further."
The British Boxing Board of Control have asked controversial boxer Tyson Fury to attend an interview regarding his recent media comments.
Heavyweight champion of the world Fury has been criticised for his views on homosexuality in the wake of his win over Wladimir Klitchko last month.
The BBBC met to discuss the matter on Wednesday before informing Fury last night, and again on Thursday morning, that he is to front the board.
"Mr Fury has been called for an interview in the new year," BBBC general secretary Robert Smith told Press Association Sport.
Tyson Fury needs to recognise his position as a role model - and think before he opens his mouth, ex-NBA player John Amaechi told ITV News.Read the full story ›
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has defended his comments on homosexuality and women, telling ITV News he shares the same opinions as the Pope.
Fury also said he wasn't concerned about police investigating his comments, but his views could mean he is dropped from this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year programme.
ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott reports:
Tyson Fury's inclusion on the Sports Personality of the Year shortlist is a recognition of his sporting achievement and "not about endorsing his personal views", the BBC has said.
Fury has sparked controversy with comments about women and homosexuality, prompting calls for him to be removed from the shortlist.
But on Wednesday, a BBC spokesman said: "Tyson Fury's victory and subsequent crowning as world heavyweight champion was widely covered by media outlets and his inclusion on the shortlist is similarly recognition of his sporting achievement - it is not about endorsing his personal views.
"It will be for the public to decide who will be crowned Sports Personality of the Year 2015."
Fury, 27, stunned Wladimir Klitschko to win the WBA, IBF and WBO belts last month, although has since been stripped of the IBF title.
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