Tommy Fury is now days away from the biggest moment of his career so far when he fights in front of 94,000 people at Wembley Stadium. The younger Fury brother is set to fight veteran Daniel Bocianski- who boasts an impressive 10-1 record – in one of the fights on the undercard of Tyson’s upcoming title bout with Dillian Whyte.
It will be Tommy’s first fight since his canceled bout with American star Paul last year. He is eager to prove his doubters wrong, whilst admitting himself that he was not pleased with his last two victories.
Fury has previously stated that he hopes that he can reschedule a fight with Paul this year and could fight as many as three or four times in 2022. But for now, he’s totally focused on the upcoming clash – and reckons fans are in for a shock on the night.
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He told Unibet: “I have been training differently for this fight – I have not seen Molly (Mae Hague, his girlfriend) in god knows how long, I haven’t slept in my own bed for two months – me, Tyson and everybody in this camp have been sleeping under the same roof avoiding everybody I have George Lockhart (Tyson Fury’s nutritionist) doing my nutrition, two sessions, six days a week – I am in the best shape I could possibly be.
“I believe when you see me box on April 23, you’re going to think ‘who’s this guy?’. Because at the minute, everybody seems to have a perception of me of a celebrity reality TV person who does a bit of boxing .
“I will show people that I have talent and I’m a serious competitor in this division – because that is what I am. I know I am. What I am doing in the gym against seasoned guys speaks for itself.”
Here’s all you need to know about Tommy Fury’s fight this weekend:
Fury versus Whyte will be broadcast exclusively live to BT Sport Box Office on Saturday, April 23.
The fight is available for a price of £24.95 and you do not need to be a BT Sport subscriber to access their Box Office coverage.
BT Sport Box Office is available on BT TV channel 494, Sky Channel 490, or on Virgin Media via the ‘On Demand’ section of their set-top box. Find out all you need to know by going to bt.com/sport/box-office
Customers are also able to watch the fight online, as well on mobile and tablet, through the BT Sport app. Purchase the fight or login to your existing BT account here.
Who is Tommy Fury fighting?
Fury is set to fight Polish veteran Bocianski – who boasts an impressive 10-1 record – in a fight set to be his toughest of his career on paper.
What time will Tommy Fury fight?
The heavyweight title fight between Fury and Whyte will take place on Saturday, April 23 in front of a packed crowd of around 94,000 at Wembley Stadium.
The ring-walk for Tommy Fury’s fight is expected to be around 7:30pm.
How can I watch and how much will it cost?
BT Sport Box Office will show the event which is set to begin at around 6pm. It has been confirmed that it will cost viewers a one-off payment of £24.95.
Viewers can live stream the event using the BT Sport app.
Who is fighting on the undercard?
Isaac Lowe vs Nick Ball
Anthony Cacace vs. Jonathan Romero
David Adeleye vs. Chris Healey
Tommy Fury vs. Daniel Bocianski
Karol Itauma vs. Michal Ciach
Kurt Walker vs. Stefan Nicolae
Royston Barney-Smith vs. Constantin Radoi
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.