World heavy weight boxing champ and self-proclaimed 'fat man' Tyson Fury has announced his retirement from boxing after reportedly failing a drug test.
Fury, a man who once punched himself in the face during a fight, is the reigning WBA and WBO champion, but it looks like he's set to bow out of the sport he's so controversially toppled after sending out an expletive-heavy tweet earlier today.
Initially reported by ESPN, Fury tested positive for benzoylecgonine, the main compound found in cocaine, after being chosen for a random test on 22 September.
Fury's response was to mock a picture of his head onto the body of Scarface cocaine lord Tony Montana, before changing his twitter name to... Tyson Montana.
Prior to these revelations a world title rematch with Wladimir Klitschko was originally scheduled for 29 October, but Fury withdrew with many sources citing mental health issues as the reason.
Klitschko's manager, Bernd Bönte, responded to the cocaine claim by telling ESPN: "I think Fury is probably the most unworthy heavyweight champion in history, not only because of this situation but because of the whole package of his sexist comments, his antisemitic comments and his homophobic comments that have been [well documented]."
Fury has gotten into hot water in the past over derogatory comments, his latest being a video released on Youtube in which he's filmed saying: "Zionist, Jewish people ... own all the banks, all the papers, all the TV stations", as well as repeating extreme views on paedophilia and the role of women.
We've got a feeling there's plenty more to come with this story.