The former world champion has announced a comeback fight against an unnamed opponent in Manchester on June 9, his first bout in more than two and a half years.
The opponent that Fury will face in his comeback fight has yet to be announced, with Warren confirming it would announced in "due course", while confirming Fury's contract is a "multi-fight deal".
"The Heavyweight division should now be put on notice because the lineal Champion will be back on June 9th and will be looking to pick back up where he left off", said Warren.
The Brit, who has not boxed since shocking Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, had been battling drug abuse as well as personal issues.
After his unexpected victory over Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015, the 29 years old briton was cleared to fight again in December by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) after accepting a backdated two-year ban for testing positive for the banned steroid Nandrolone. Fury, who was born of Irish Traveller heritage and refers to himself as the "Gypsy King", was asked by media members whether his wild days are behind him.
Warren said Fury would need "three or four fights" before being ready to take on the best in the business.
While Fury's name and ability to sell a fight is expected to provide an additional shot in the arm to a division now undergoing a renaissance, questions still linger as to whether he can return physically to his prime form.
Tyson Fury has lost a few pounds since this.
"I'm the fittest that I've ever been. Timing, reflexes, everything is better than it's ever been".
"Until (other title holders) fight him", Warren said, "they can not consider themselves to be the (true) champion". He gained a tremendous amount of weight during his hiatus, but recent photos suggest Fury is ready to become a two-time heavyweight world champion.
Is a Joshua vs Fury fight on the cards in 2018? "They're all very vulnerable and beatable".