Fury, 29, was stripped of the IBF and then vacated the WBO and WBA belts shortly afterwards and has not been seen in a ring ever since.
"This took a very long time to make happen".
Fury has spoken at length about his desire to face unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, but with Joshua looking increasingly likely to face Deontay Wilder in the coming months, that may not be possible just yet.
Joshua, 28, is now more concerned about making a fight with American Deontay Wilder, the WBC champion, who has been offered £8.8million to agree to a clash for all four major heavyweight titles.
The former IBF, WBA and WBO champion will take on an an unnamed opponent in what will be his first fight since 2015, when he beat Wladimir Klitschko.
Fury's opponent for June is expected to be someone of moderate ability to help him ease his way back into things and shake off any ring rust.
The unbeaten American is the current WBC heavyweight world champion. My timing and my reflexes are better than they've ever been.
'I'll give him a tip; get a handful of rice and throw it at me, that's the only way he can hit me.
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On Tuesday an inquest into the death was opened and adjourned at a coroner's court in Borough, south London . "It's disgusting. Several police vehicles were parked outside Mr Osborn-Brooks' house throughout the day, though the pensioner was not there.
Tyson Fury will fight for the first time in almost three years when he returns to the ring in Manchester on June 9.
Both fighters blamed the result on eating wild boar. He's going to be busy, he needs some rounds under his belt.
He added: "I'm ready to fight, if Frank said we're going to fight this weekend, I'm ready".
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.
"You have to go back to the drawing board, chop everything down and live the dream again - that's what I'm doing now".
Frank Warren has confirmed that issues have virtually been cleared up with the BBBofC, has been cleared to be medically fit, licenced to fight.
He said at a press conference in London: "I've got to congratulate the fella, he's done very well".