Tommy Fury returns to action tonight after his successful stint in Love Island.
The brother of former heavyweight world champion Tyson had two professional fights before accepting an offer to join the hit ITV show this past summer.
It proved a wise move as he finished second with girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague - and was expected to cash in on his new-found fame for 12 months before fighting again.
But he returns early tonight against journeyman on the undercard of Daniel Dubois' fifth fight of the year.
The huge heavyweight is expected to take care of Japanese visitor Kyotaro Fujimoto before moving on to tougher opposition next year,
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Tommy Fury has lifted the lid on his sparring sessions with brother Tyson ahead of his return to the ring.
Fury, 20, will be in the ring for the first time this weekend since finishing as runner-up in ITV show Love Island.
His opponent is yet to be confirmed but Fury is learning from the very best in the shape of former world heavyweight champion Tyson.
The brothers enjoyed a sparring session earlier this week and Tommy admits he still has some way to go to reach Tyson’s levels.
He told BT Sport: “It is always good. I can learn everything off him. But there’s not that much point sparring him because I can’t land a shot!
“But the experience counts at the end of the day.”
Asked if Tyson goes easy on him, Fury added: “Sometimes, but depends if he has had his dinner!”
So far, everyone who was supposed to win, has won. Seven victories from seven fights for Frank Warren’s unbeaten fighters.
From 7.30pm, Sunny Edwards will take on Marcel Braithwaite for the vacant British super-flyweight title, David Adeleye takes on Dmitrij Jalinovskij over four rounds at heavyweight and Liam Williams takes on Alantez Fox in a final eliminator for the WBO world middleweight title.
Then Tommy Fury will take on Przemyslaw Binienda before Dubois rounds off the show.
Welcome to our final live boxing blog of the year as Daniel Dubois looks to record his 13th KO from 14 fights in his fifth bout of the year.
He takes on Kyotaro Fujimoto of Japan who is not expected to provide much of a challenge at London’s Copper Box Arena.
There is plenty of action before that, however, including the return of Tommy Fury who is due on just before Dubois, probably around 9.30pm.
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