Tommy Fury’s record: amateur and pro boxing

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Tommy Fury could have been anything in his life, but he chose to be a professional boxer. Coming from the Fury clan, it is obvious for him to have a love for ‘sweet science’. His brother Tyson Fury is the WBC heavyweight world champion, and several of his cousins ​​are also boxers.

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As a result, ‘TNT’ took over boxing, which many had predicted earlier. Although he had no amateur experience, the youngster jumped straight into professional racing and was successful. While Fury still has a lot to see down this path, he’s already relishing fame.

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Still undefeated, Tommy Fury is currently in conflict with Jake Paul. The two are expected to collide on December 18 in Miami, which can be an early Christmas present for fight fans.

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Meanwhile, Tommy Fury will also be under immense pressure to win the scrap. Or he may have to give up his last name. At least that’s what his brother Tyson Fury suggested. Before jumping into the high voltage shock, here’s all about Tommy Fury’s boxing career.

What is Tommy Fury’s amateur boxing record?

Recording box does not introduce Tommy Fury to have an amateur trip. After four years, his professional career stands at 7-0, including 4 by knockout. The 22-year-old is 6’0 “and is a light and heavy Orthodox boxer. Quite a feat.

However, on closer inspection we can see that the British star has not faced a veteran opponent so far. All of his former rivals have been below average contenders who were used to flesh TNT’s record. Meanwhile, his non-amateur boxing career may take him out before serious trauma in a professional chain.

Combined record of Tommy Fury’s opponent

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The combined record for his seven opponents is 16 (W) – 215 (L) – 2 (D). Fury’s first fight saw him enter the ring against a referee turned judge and then boxer, Jevgenjis Andrejevs, whose current save is 10-113-3. Meanwhile, his last rival Anthony Taylor was a former elite MMA player with very minimal professional boxing experience. As the numbers speak for themselves, it’s clear that “TNT” has yet to add a big name to their resume.

LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 21: Tommy Fury celebrates victory during the light heavyweight bout between Tommy Fury and Przemslaw Binienda at Copper Box Arena on December 21, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by James Chance / Getty Images)

Although impeccable, Tommy Fury’s professional career is not very exceptional. However, Jake Paul can fill that void. Although “The Problem Child” is not an A List boxer, he still looks better than previous TNT opponents.

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It will therefore be a step in the right direction, both professionally and financially. What do you think of Tommy Fury’s career so far?

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