general secretary Robert Smith said: "Fury has a licence but it's suspended.
announced yesterday: "Tyson Fury's boxing licence suspension will be considered by the stewards of the board in January.
boss Smith (above) pointed out: "We would even have to consider whether to give Mayweather his licence.
Mr Fury has been called for an interview in the new year," BBBC
general secretary Robert Smith said.
It is not the first time Fury will face the BBBC
after he was fined PS3,000 and warned about his future conduct in 2013 after describing Liverpool fighters David Price and Tony Bellew as "gay lovers" on Twitter.
Smith also confirmed that while the BBBC
cannot hold Haye to account because he is retired, they will take his role into account should he apply to regain his licence.
Harrison angered a number of fight fans and pundits after landing just one punch before his third-round stoppage against the WBA heavyweight champion in Manchester on November 13, and the BBBC
pledged to investigate the matter.
statement said: "The Stewards of the British Boxing Board of Control having interviewed Mr Audley Harrison MBE with regard to his contest against Mr David Haye at the MEN Arena, Manchester on Saturday, 13th November 2010 have accepted his explanation and will not be taking the matter any further.
wants to bring the right people together from both countries, be it from the education, tourism, downstream industry or financial sectors and let them get on with it," said Mr Tomkys.
Notwithstanding, the BBBC
survived and remains the sports governing body in the UK today.
I am really pleased that the BBBC
haven't gone back on the contracts and it is good for the sport,' said Elcock.
is made up of more than 100 environment, labor, government and business groups, including the American Littoral Society, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the New York State Association of Reduction, Reuse and Recycling.