Whilst Fallon is currently taking a judo coaching course, his future plans are still undecided.
"It's nice to be able to relax a bit and not always be thinking about judo," Fallon told BBC Sport. "I've been going to the gym and enjoying it. It's good to be home and build up relationships with a lot of my mates I haven't seen. I've also been playing football a few times a week."
With the 29-year-old ruling himself out for selection, the sole Olympic spot in the under-66kg category is now up for grabs.
will take it," Fallon added. "He's been in the weight a long time and now he's broken through.
"He's a proper 66kg fighter, many haven't got his physical stature. His style is also very awkward."
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