TOMMY FURY will fight on the Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley undercard later this month, with Daniel Dubois also in action, according to reports.
The former Love Island star and brother of Tyson Fury is set for his first fight in America on August 29.
Fury, 22, has a professional record of 6-0, with four of those coming by the way of KO.
But the younger Fury sibling has never fought across the Atlantic – until now.
And Fury’s US adventure is all leading up to a superstar showdown against YouTuber-turned-pro boxer Paul.
The undercard will feature boxers and UFC stars, with Fury’s fight believed to be an eight-round bout against an unnamed American opponent.
The report also claims Brit star Dubois will feature in the star-studded event, believed to be going up against WBA regular world heavyweight champion Trevor Bryan.
The Paul vs Woodley fight – and undercard – is set to be confirmed in the coming days.
Earlier this week, 3-0 Paul revealed: “Just got off an amazing call.
“We finally signed and confirmed adding two massive fights to this card.
“August 29 will be the event of the year.”
Fury recently added to the intrigue by saying fans ‘won’t be disappointed’ at his upcoming announcement on Instagram.
Paul had earlier revealed his ‘long list of opponents’, including Conor McGregor and Fury.
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The American roared: “I have a long list of opponents. The Furys, the McGregors, the Diazs, the Canelos. I want all the smoke.”
Up until now, the social media star has faced limited opposition in online rival ‘AnEsonGib’, ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 36, and Ben Askren, 36.
His fight against Woodley, 39, should be his biggest challenge to date – with a clash against Fury arguably even tougher.