Tommy Fury Set To Return On Floyd Mayweather-Deji Card
In the past week, every news has been about Tyson Fury and how he is trying to solidify his next opponent. However, his younger brother is now in the conversation as he tries to beat him back in the ring.
Tommy Fury is set to make his professional return on the undercard of the recently announced exhibition fight between Floyd Mayweather and Deji. The fight will take place on November 13 at Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, UAE.
The unbeaten light heavyweight star will face Paul Bamba, a fighter based in New York City. The schedule means that Fury will be out for a fortnight from the following fight with his longtime rival Jake Paul, who takes on Anderson Silva on October 29.
Paul and Fury were expected to meet twice in the last 12 months. Firstly, they were scheduled on December 18 last year in Tampa and then on August 6 at Madison Square Garden.
The 23-year-old pulled the plug on both of those occasions as he was suffering from illness initially before visa issues not allowing him to enter the US earlier this summer.
The British boxer has only fought one match after these withdrawals, which came against Daniel Bocianski on April 23 at Wembley Stadium.