Tyson Fury has failed second drug test
It was revealed last week that the WBO and WBA heavyweight had champion tested positive for benzoylecgonine – a marker for cocaine - in a urine sample he provided on September 22.
But now it has emerged he also failed a test the day before for cocaine as well.
This week Fury, 28, backtracked on a threat to retire and also admitted in a magazine interview that he has taken “lots” of cocaine and is battling depression.
The Manchester-born fighter also claimed he has been sober since October 1 and later posted on Twitter he was “getting the right help” and would “come back stronger”.
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