Tyson faces a fight to keep hold of his WBA and WBO world titles, with one source suggesting his rematch with?Wladimir Klitschko would not take place until early 2017.Fury could be stripped of his WBA and WBO world heavyweight titles due to inactivity after his clash with Klitschko -- set for Oct. 29 in Manchester -- was called off for a second time on Friday night.Furys promoter Mick Hennessy said in a statement that his boxer had pulled out because he was medically unfit to fight. It has been reported that Fury is suffering from mental health problems after his uncle and trainer Peter Fury tweeted:According to a statement, Fury is receiving treatment and a source close to the promotion told ESPN the fight is now likely to be rescheduled for January or February.If the fight is delayed until early 2017, the WBA and WBO could decide to either strip Fury, or make him champion in recess, as happened to Jorge Linares earlier this year.Fury will have to provide sufficient medical evidence of his suspected mental health problems if he is to hang on to his world title belts while he is recovering.Its very rare for a heavyweight champion to be stripped of the titles, but having said that there could be a problem because the title has been inactive for over a year, the source said.Fury (25-0, 18 KOs), 28, first pulled out of meeting Klitschko (64-4, 53 KOs), 40, on July 9 because he injured an ankle while running.Klitschko, who had reigned as world champion for nearly a decade before Fury beat him in November last year, had claimed he would be prepared to wait for Fury if there was another delay at a press conference in London -- which Fury failed to turn up to -- earlier this month.However, the Ukrainian fighter might not be short of options, with Anthony Joshuas promoter, Eddie Hear, suggesting his fighter would be keen to take on Klitschko.Hearn tweeted:Fury has spoken in the past about his battle with depression and claimed he has had suicidal thoughts. 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