Tommy Fury returns to the ring this weekend looking to build on his unbeaten start to life as a professional.
Fury, half-brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, beat Scott Williams in February to claim his fifth straight win.
The 22-year-old former Love Island contestant is yet to be properly tested in the pro ranks and will want more of a workout this weekend.
He will be in action on the undercard to Daniel Dubois’ return fight against Bogdan Dinu and will face 2-0 Brit Jordan Grant.
Fury has been embroiled in a war of words with controversial YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul in recent weeks and could well call out the brash American should he put on a show this weekend.
The Manchester fighter has been preparing for this bout with Tyson Fury in the USA recently.
Tommy Fury fight: UK fight date
This fight is set for Saturday, June 5 and is taking place at the Telford International Centre where 1,000 fans will be in attendance.
The undercard will get under way at 7pm with Dubois v Dinu slated for 10:30pm.
Fury’s slot on the card has not been confirmed yet but he will likely be pushed up the order and take to the ring around 9pm.
Tommy Fury fight: LIVE on talkSPORT
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Tommy Fury fight: TV channel and live stream
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Tommy Fury fight: Undercard
Subject to change
- MAIN EVENT: Daniel Dubois v Bogdan Dinu – for WBA interim heavyweight title
- Archie Sharp v Marcio Soza – for vacant WBO global super-feather title
- Tommy Fury v Jordan Grant
- Nathan Heaney v Iliyan Markov
- Daniel Buciuc v Naeem Ali
- George Bance v Des Newton
- Adan Mohamed v Luke Fash
- Caoimhin Agyarko v TBA
- Liam Davies v TBA
Tommy Fury fight: What has been said?
Promoter Frank Warren: “Tommy is proving himself to be an attraction and his performances so far have certainly caught the eye.
“He looks the part but, as he says himself, it is very early days for him and getting good rounds under his belt is paramount.
“It will be an absolute joy to have fans back in support of the fighters.
“We have all done our best to keep the sport on track since we were able to return, but the missing ingredient that nobody was able to compensate for was the lack of atmosphere and buzz that surrounds a night at the boxing.
“Even though this is only the first step in people coming back to pack out venues, having a thousand in the arena will make such a difference and will also improve the spectacle for those tuning in to watch live.