Tommy Fury reveals huge career move after boxing with Love Island star set for entirely new job | The Sun
16th August 2023

TOMMY FURY revealed he already has a career switch planned out after he finishes boxing.

Fury – younger brother to world heavyweight champion Tyson – shot to mainstream fame in 2019 on reality series Love Island.

He went in as a 2-0 prospect and came out with his now-fiancee Molly-Mae Hague.

Fury is currently 9-0 and most recently beat YouTuber-turned boxer Jake Paul, 26, in a celebrity super-fight.

It landed him another blockbuster bout against British celebrity KSI, 30, in Manchester on October 14.

But after hanging up his gloves, Fury wants to take his talents to the big screen as an actor.


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He made the reveal on At Home with the Furys, a Netflix series mainly centring around Tyson and his wife Paris.

Fury said: "My dream is now to do the boxing, get as far as I can in that, then I’d like to get into the films.

"I’ve made my mind up. But I think I’ll have an easier way into it, because I don’t want to do serious acting. I just wanna do horror films."

Brother Tyson, 34, said: "You’re a horror movie buff, ain’t you?"

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And Fury responded: "I only watch them."

The boxer lives in a stunning £3.5million mansion with Molly-Mae but he has now moved out of it while training to fight KSI.

Molly-Mae said: “Today is a little bit of a sad day in a way as Tommy has gone into his official camp today.

"He’s basically been in camp for the last few weeks but he’s gone into his camp where he has essentially moved out of the house for a long time actually.

"It’s probably going to be about two months that we’re not living together, that’s just the way training camp is."

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