Tyson Fury enjoyed a night out clubbing in Manchester despite attempting to lose weight and return to the ring.
The former Word champion was seen out at LIV Nightclub in the early hours of Friday morning having returned from a training camp in Spain earlier this month.
Fury had earlier been spotted at The Moon Under Water Pub before moving on to Lola Lo’s bar on Deansgate Locks.
A final stop off at The Hilton Hotel’s bar was made before attending LIV to let off some steam with his UKAD trial being delayed after a claim for conflict of interest.
His planned comeback could be put back until 2018 with UKAD’s decision to come as late as October.
Promoter Frank Warren, who has labelled the decision as ‘disgraceful,’ had planned to put the heavyweight on the same card as Billy Joe Saunders, who will fight Avtandil Khurtsidze on July 8.
“The man’s got a living to get and this thing took place in 2015,” Warren said. “It’s disgraceful. You’ve either got a case or you haven’t got a case.
“Somebody’s got to intervene, even if it’s the minister for sport, this on any level can’t be right. His big problem was, when they went for his test, Tyson told them to f*** off. He filmed it; I’ve seen it. He said ‘What you’ve done to me is persecute me.’
“Then Peter [Fury – uncle and trainer to Tyson] found out and called them, an hour later he said ‘Can you come back?’ and they wouldn’t come back.”