Tyson Fury given just one week to sign up to WBC random drug testing or will NOT fight for world title against Deontay Wilder

TYSON FURY has been given just one week to sign up to WBC random drug testing or he will NOT fight Deontay Wilder for a world title.

The heavyweight pair collide on December 1 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles – but Fury is yet to enrol in the WBC Clean Boxing Program.

 Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will fight on December 1

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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will fight on December 1

The Voluntary Anti-Doping Association oversees the programme and ensures all boxers are eligible to fight in the WBC.

Vada president Dr Margaret Goodman told ESPN: "To date, Vada has not received Clean Boxing Program enrolment forms on Mr Fury.

"Mr. Wilder remains enrolled in the Clean Boxing Program."

SunSport understands the WBC have set Fury a seven-day deadline to enrol.

 Tyson Fury shrugs off Deontay Wilder's taunts during their weigh in

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Tyson Fury shrugs off Deontay Wilder's taunts during their weigh in
 Tyson Fury has been given a one-week deadline to sign up to WBC random drug testing

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Tyson Fury has been given a one-week deadline to sign up to WBC random drug testing

WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman told ESPN: "If he doesn't the fight will not be sanctioned by the WBC."

Fury, 30, won the WBA, WBO, and IBF belts after beating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.

He was stripped of his IBF title two weeks after winning it after failing to fight then-mandatory challenger Vyacheslav Glazkov.

The Brit then vacated his WBA and WBO straps in October 2016 to focus on treatment and recovery from drug use and other personal problems.

Fury made a sensational comeback in July after 32 months out of the sport to stop Sefer Seferi in the fourth round.

A points win over Francesco Pianeta followed in August before agreeing to take on unbeaten American Wilder, 32, for the WBC title.

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TYSON FURY has been given just one week to sign up to WBC random drug testing or he will NOT fight Deontay Wilder for a world title.