Tommy Fury Isn’t Interested In Fame Or Money, Just Championship Gold
Tommy Fury has his sights set on a world title run.
Tommy is the brother of WBC Heavyweight Champion, Tyson Fury. Despite the fact that both men have brash personalities, Tommy insists that fame and money don’t fuel his desire to be an elite boxer. Instead, Tommy has dreams of becoming a world champion.
Here’s what “TNT” told British Boxing News.
“I’m not interested in fighting for fame or money, I’m interested in becoming world champion. I’m not interested in little fantasy Love Island v Love Island fights. I’m a professional sportsman and I don’t see boxing as a game; I’m in this job to hurt people, do serious damage and prove to people I’m a fighting man.”
Fury is scheduled to compete this Friday, November 13. This will be Fury’s fourth pro boxing match. The 21-year-old has gone 3-0 so far. Two of those victories have come by way of knockout.
The card on Friday is under the Queensberry Promotions banner. It’ll be headlined by Mark Heffron vs Denzel Bentley. This will be a rematch from their September 12 bout. Heffron and Bentley shared the ring for 10 rounds on that night. When the score totals were read, the bout was ruled a unanimous draw.