The UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) hearing looking into allegations made towards Tyson Fury has been postponed.
Fury was being investigated for taking a performance enhancer, but, the hearing has been postponed due to a conflict of interest on the panel.
The hearing was set to conclude this week after starting on Monday (12/05/2017).
A date for when the investigation will be resumed is still to be confirmed.
Fury has denied the charges and has previously threatened to sue UKAD.
The former world heavyweight champions is back in training after taking a break from the sport due to mental health issues and has not fought since he beat Wladimir Klitschko back in November 2015 for the world heavyweight title.
Fury had his license revoked by the British Boxing Board of Control due to his mental health issues and was aiming to return on the Billy Joe Saunders-Avtandil Khurtsidze undercard on 8 July.
Promoter Frank Warren is frustrated about how long the investigation is taking to reach a conclusion.
We want to see the end of this. It’s gone on and on. It’s been over their heads for two years.
It’s taken all this time to get there and in the meantime there’s no outcome.