The "Gypsy King" announced his retirement form boxing last June soon after he was charged with testing positive for a banned substance prior to the 2015 fight but Fury accepted a backdated two-year ban at the end of last year, allowing him to resume his career.
That may be set to change though after it was revealed that the 29-year-old had signed with Frank Warren in a deal which will see him fight in the Manchester Arena on June 9.
It was gathered that the radical boxer would return against an unnamed opponent in Manchester.
The Brit, who has not boxed since shocking Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, had been battling drug abuse as well as personal issues.
"Like I've described him many times, he's a big old dosser".
Fury said he believes Wilder is "top of the pile" of the current crop of heavyweights but insisted "they're all very vulnerable and very beatable too".
Though the fitness side of Fury's comeback is very much still a working progress, significant improvement has seen him prove doubters wrong and get into a position to re-ignite what has been so far, a ideal professional career.
Joshua profited heavily from the stripping of Tyson Fury, with the lost belts being made vacant. There's a lot of fascinating challenges out there for me and I'm looking forward to getting started.
The BBBofC suspended Fury in October 2016 after he admitted to taking cocaine and drinking excessively as well as having mental health problems in a magazine interview but after serving a ban is ready for his comeback. Fittest I've ever been, people say you've had two-and-half-years out of the ring.
Though Team Joshua are hoping to lure Deontay Wilder to the U.K with a mouth-watering unification.
Warren warned that he would take three or four fights to get in a position to fight for a title.
"Given the right time and the right amount of fights, all of these guys I don't feel are going to be much of a match up for me".