Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder have both been congratulated after passing their final drug tests.
The two fought for a third time in Las Vegas earlier this month with Fury putting a clinical end to the trilogy.
The Gypsy King stopped Wilder in the 11th having won their second fight, while the first was ruled a controversial draw.
Both undertook drug tests following the thrilling bout with the Voluntary Anti-Doping Agency (VADA) confirming both fighters' final samples had come back clean.
"Congratulations to Tyson Fury and [Deontay Wilder] for again successfully completing VADA testing," read a tweet from the organisation.
Fury is set to take on fellow Brit Dillian Whyte in his next fight with Whyte having withdrawn from his proposed clash with Otto Wallin due to a shoulder injury.
Joe Joyce is also an option while some believe Fury may step away from boxing having conquered the world again.
“I never heard that. I talk to Tyson all the time. He is assuredly not going to step away from boxing,” promoter Bob Arum said.
“The question is, when will he fight next? If I had to guess, I would say probably March.
Who should Tyson Fury fight next? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below
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“Dillian Whyte is NOT the mandatory, and that’s what the WBC hasn’t done. Dillian Whyte has an obligation to fight Wallin, and we’ll see.
“But again, in March, I’d like Tyson Fury to fight in the UK, and I would think among the opponents would be Dillian Whyte or maybe this big English guy Joe Joyce.
“I don’t think there would be any problem having him [Fury] fight in the UK."
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