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The difference between football and boxing, and which we discussed in the meeting, is that in football you have two sets of supporters – a large home contingent of home supporters and a smaller contingent of away – but in boxing you have supporters [...]
Anybody can apply for a licence. We'd have to do our job properly and consider any application: whether it gets any further than that consideration I can't tell you.
We're aware they haven't boxed for a considerable amount of time, and if we do receive such applications we will have to consider all these matters.
I've not spoken to any promoters. Two weeks ago I had a phone call advising me this was being looked at, but I've not received anything from anyone wanting to put it on. I'd be very surprised if any promoter wanted it.
You're talking about two gentlemen who haven't boxed for donkey's years, but there's nothing for us to consider at the moment. The only age limit we have is you've got to be over 18. However, the older you get, the more unlikely it is you're going t[...]
The BBBoC is awaiting the outcome of the UKAD hearing and at present his boxing licence is suspended until such time, after which the BBBoC will consider Mr Fury's position further.
[People] have a source to go to and that's their own GP. People say the governing bodies have got to do this and that, but their first port of call should be their doctor and then their doctor can refer them to the right people. I have lots of compa[...]
We are not in a position to set up an organisation like Mind, however we don't need to because there already is one and they are much more qualified than us.
It's not just pin-pointing one particular issue, and I understand that some people may be wary of putting their head above the parapet, but if we can combine it with other issues that are just as important, then hopefully they will get rid of those [...]
[Mental health] is a big issue, it's become very prevalent in recent times. Modern society, obviously we have to look at things we've never dealt with before. We held a seminar for boxers to discuss mental health but nobody attended, which was unfor[...]
Boxing is part of society. Everybody is more aware of mental health than they've ever been before. We know there's an issue but it's not just in boxing, it's society. Boxing, football, rugby are all part of society so if we can take those first step[...]
Nobody has said to me that this is definitely the way to go, because at this time, it's just too early to say. In the future, after further research, they might be. It will be discussed in detail at our medical seminar in the summer.
"We've looked into it and we're still looking into it,". "We want to make sure they are accurate, and ensure the people using them are qualified to do so. We have asked many doctors, and received many opinions. Ultimately, it seems it is too early t[...]
"I spoke to one of the doctors [Sunday] morning and he said there is a bleeding of the brain. He's in intensive care, he's in an induced coma and he is resting and being looked after by the experts.
It's a very normal procedure. They put you in a coma to get the swelling to go down. There's no time-scale. Now it's just a matter of waiting and seeing.