Tyson Fury has been summoned by a British Boxing Board of Control to explain his new argumentative comments.
World heavyweight champion Fury, 27, who voiced views on women, termination and homosexuality, has been asked to attend a assembly in a new year.
The BBBofC met to plead a matter on Wednesday before informing Fury that he contingency accommodate with a board.
The Briton has denied he is a homophobe and claimed he is “uniting a world”.
No accurate date has been reliable for a meeting.
Police are questioning an claim of hatred crime opposite Fury, following comments he done about homosexuality on a BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme.
The Manchester warrior has also been quoted as observant a woman’s “best place is on her back”.
He subsequently said: “Tyson Fury loves his associate humans. He doesn’t hatred anybody.”
Fellow BBC Sports Personality of a Year hopeful and prolonged burst champion Greg Rutherford had designed to repel from this year’s eventuality over Fury’s comments, before reversing his decision.
Fury, who won a WBA, IBF and WBO titles on 28 Nov by violence Ukrainian fighter Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf, was nude of a IBF belt on Tuesday after selecting to face Klitschko in a rematch instead of a IBF’s imperative challenger, Ukrainian Vyacheslav Glazkov.