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Tyson Fury sends Love Island brother Tommy wacky good luck message using flashing glasses filter ahead of boxing return

TYSON FURY has sent brother Tommy a good luck message as the Love Island star makes his boxing comeback.

It's back to business for the 20-year-old light heavyweight as he enters the ropes for the first time since his time on reality TV.

And it will offer girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague, who he met on the hit TV show, the first chance to see him in competitive action.

Big brother Tyson, who will rematch against Deontay Wilder on February 22, sent Tommy a video clip on social media.

And ever the joker, Fury added a filter of some fetching sparkly ping glasses as he delivered his message.

He said: "This is Tyson Fury, AKA The Gypsy King.

"Just want to say good luck to Tommy tonight, do the business bro, and good luck to all the boxers on the Frank Warren show.

"Have a good one, seek and destroy."

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He then bellowed out some chanting in support for his brother who will take on unknown Polish fighter Przemyslaw Binienda

Tommy will fighting on the undercard of Daniel Dubois' showdown against Kyotaro Fujimoto at the Copper Box in Hackney Wick.

The reality TV star boasts a record of 2-0 after beating Callum Ide last year and Jevgenijs Andrejevs in 2018.

Fury weighed in at 12st 11lbs 8oz ahead of his comeback fight against the Polish underdog on Saturday.

Binienda has won just two times in 28 attempts - with 10 of his defeats coming via knockout.

The odds are against the 24-year-old as he has not won a professional bout since 2016.

He weighed in just one ounce lighter than Fury on Friday afternoon.

Tommy Fury opponent revealed as unknown Pole Binienda as Love Island star weighs in wearing cheeky Christmas boxers

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