Tommy Fury shares transformation as reality star gets ripped for boxing return

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Tommy Fury has shown off his notable body transformation ahead of his return to the ring this Saturday on the undercard Jamel Herring vs Carl Frampton at London's Copper Box Arena.

The 21-year-old younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson was thrust into the public eye following his appearance on Love Island back in 2019, where he met current partner Molly-Mae Hague.

Following their second place finish, Tommy has turned his attention back to boxing and saw off the challenge of Genadij Krajevskij back in November.

While his opponent this weekend has not yet been announced, he has wowed fans with a body transformation comparison from the beginning of his fight camp to now.

Fury told The Mirror this month: “Tyson boxed at the Egan gym and I boxed for them a few times in the amateurs so we’re taking it back to our grassroots.

“Boxing is my life. All I do is train and get myself on the road running.

“As soon as I got off the plane at Manchester Airport after Love Island, I said that all I wanted to do was box. So we went to see Frank Warren and got the show the road.

“Love Island was great fun, brought me a lot of privileges and earned me money, but boxing outweighs the celebrity life by a mile.

“Dad is training me as always, pushing as hard as he can. He is very old fashioned with Rocky-style training methods.

“If you’ve had a good day he’ll let you know you’ve had a good day. If you’ve had a bad day he’ll let you know you’ve had a bad day.

“It is what I need. Because, if I’m doing something bad, you have got someone telling you. If you’re told you’re doing all right every day you’ll never improve.”

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