Regardless of who, where, or when he next fights, Tommy Fury will be no longer doing it under the auspices of long-time promoter Frank Warren and Queensberry Promotions.
Fury turned pro with Warren back in 2018. That fight in Manchester on a Josh Warrington undercard was his debut and ever since then, he has been under Warren’s guidance. He has had nine bouts in total, winning all of them, four by knockout.
His most recent fight was by far the highest profile of his career when he beat American YouTuber turned pro fighter Jake Paul. Despite being down in round eight and with both fighters having a point deducted, Fury won a split decision over eight rounds out at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia.
Before that, Fury had a stop-start career which included time off to be on the ITV2 reality show, Love Island.
Speaking to BT Sport Boxing, Hall of Fame promoter Warren admitted the two have now parted ways.
“I don’t know what’s happening, we’re not involved in that. We had our last fight with him, the last fight, the Jake Paul fight. We had a good relationship but we’re doing our thing and he’s doing his thing, but I wish him all the best because he’s a lovely fella.”
Tommy is the younger half-brother to Lineal and WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. Although there is a six-stone weight difference, the pair recently shared an intense-looking sparring session as both men look to secure their next fights.
According to their father John Fury, Tommy is most likely to next step into the ring again another YouTuber in KSI.