Boxing - Klitschko's manager says Tyson Fury will have doping test
Wladimir Klitschko's manager says Tyson Fury will undergo a doping test before the two fighters meet in their heavyweight rematch next month. Bernd Boente says doping tests for both fighters are written into the contract for the 29 October fight in Manchester and will be conducted by the Voluntary AntiDoping Association, based in Las Vegas. Fury beat Klitschko in November to claim the WBA, WBO and IBF titles. A rematch was originally scheduled for July 9 but was postponed after Fury said he sustained an ankle injury. It was disclosed in August, on the same day Fury announced the injury, that the new champion had been charged by the UK Anti-Doping agency and suspended from the sport after testing positive for a banned substance.