Tommy Fury resumes his fledgling boxing career tonight when he fights for the third time as a professional.

The brother of Tyson, Fury eased through his opening two fights before taking a break from the sport to appear on the hit ITV show Love Island.

He had been set to take a year out of the ring to cash in on his new-found fame, but will instead take on Przemyslaw Binienda tonight as he looks to build his record.

Later in the night, heavyweight sensation Daniel Dubois fights for the fifth time in 2019 as he looks for a 13th KO from 14 fights.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight's fights...

Fight time

The fight is due to start around 8pm.

Tommy Fury takes on Przemyslaw Binienda

TV channel

The fights will be shown on BT Sport 1 from 7.30pm.

Live stream

The fights can be streamed on the BT Sport player.

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Full card

Daniel Dubois vs Kyotaro Fujimoto

Liam Williams vs Alantez Fox

Sunny Edwards vs Marcel Braithwaite

Lucien Reid vs Stefan Nicolae

James Branch vs Istvan Orsos

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Love Island fan favourite Tommy Fury has been forced to part ways with legendary boxing trainer Ricky Hatton amid an intensive showbiz schedule.

The 20 year old swaggered into the nation's hearts over the summer when he won legions of fans in the villa through his charm and down-to-earth attitude.

Despite just missing out on the gold and landing as a runner-up - alongside girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague - Tommy has been beset by showbiz offers and commitments since leaving the villa.

The Mancunian lad is a keen boxer and is set to don the gloves this weekend in his first match since starring on Love Island, but despite the hype he's been forced to split from trainer Ricky.