Tyson Fury will be free to resume his boxing career -- subject to regaining his boxing licence -- after he accepted a backdated two-year doping ban, UKAD have confirmed.
Here, ESPN takes a look back at 10 potential opponents for Fury's 2018 comeback fight and rates the likelihood of them happening out of 10.
Tony Bellew -- 7/10
While Bellew is scheduled to fight Haye on May 5, Fury still has considerable weight to shift and still needs to obtain his licence -- so it's possible he won't return to fighting until after then anyway. This fight has been picking up momentum recently and looks like a genuine possibility for 2018.
Shannon Briggs -- 6/10
Like Fury, Briggs is a former heavyweight world champion and is also looking for a comeback fight after his most recent drugs ban. He's a good talker and given his age at 46, Fury might see Briggs as an easier opponent while also making decent money, which other fights don't offer.
Manuel Charr -- 8/10
This is the most likely opponent that Fury will face. Charr currently holds the WBA "regular" belt and has a fight with Fres Oquendo to schedule imminently, but this is the easier route back to a world title if that's what the Manchester boxer is aiming for.
Dereck Chisora -- 4/10
These two have fought twice before, with Fury emerging the convincing victor on both occasions, so a third fight seems unlikely. However, Chisora showed in his recent fight against Dillian Whyte he still has a lot to give, and it would still be an intriguing domestic dust-up as both try to get their name back into the limelight.
Anthony Joshua -- 1/10
The WBA and IBF champion is heavily locked into discussions with Joseph Parker about a potential unification clash in March 2018. While Fury vs. Joshua is looking more likely than ever given UKAD's decision, the chance of this fight actually happening next is pretty null.
David Price -- 6/10
This fight is a blast from the past. Admittedly Price has fallen off the radar in recent times but he won his last fight in Nov. 2017. Given the history these two have between them, Price could be a good comeback fight for Fury.
David Haye -- 2/10
Fury has persistently voiced his opinion about not giving Haye another chance for a "pay day" after he twice pulled out injured of their previously arranged fight in 2013. Combining this with Haye's scheduled rematch with Bellew on May 5 renders this fight improbable. However, given the history between the pair, a bout between them both should still make a lot of money for both boxers.
Rio Ferdinand -- 0/10
The former England international footballer is making a high-profile switch into the world of boxing, but a matchup against Fury is nothing but a pipe-dream. Neither of them have a boxing licence, for a start.
Deontay Wilder -- 4/10
These two have a history of calling each other out with Fury famously entering the ring after the American's win over Artur Szpilka in Jan. 2016. Wilder probably wouldn't face Fury without the Briton holding a world title belt, but it's still a big pay day for the WBC champion. It's a possibility.
Lucas Browne -- 4/10
Another boxer who is overcoming a drugs-related ban and in seek of a big fight to thrust him back into the mix for a potential world title shot. He's spoke of fighting Whyte in the UK before, so why not Fury?