Also Tyson Fury isn't getting his boxing licence back anytime soon!
British boxing chiefs say they are "nowhere near" granting Tyson Fury a licence to fight and still require medical records to lift his suspension.
The British Boxing Board of Control suspended Fury's licence in 2016 owing to "anti-doping and medical issues".
Fury, 29, accepted a backdated two-year anti-doping ban in December and is working towards a return in 2018.
He tweeted on Wednesday that he would be "applying for my licence today" and would be back in the ring in April.
But the BBBofC has not spoken to Fury and insists the process "really can't move on" without medical records.
"We have a number of reports already in from when he was suspended," BBBofC general secretary Robert Smith told 5 live's boxing podcast.
"We will need up-to-date ones and then pass them on to our doctors and consultants. They will tell me if they need more but at present we are nowhere near that.
"I have spoken to Mick Hennessy [Fury's promoter], advising he'd like to get on with this as soon as possible and he did say he'd come back to me but unfortunately at this time he hasn't so it hasn't moved on yet."http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/42621606