Tommy Fury was born on May 7, 1999, in Manchester, England. His mother Chantal is of Mauritian heritage, while his father John Fury is of Irish Traveller ancestry. His half-brother is Tyson Fury, the current heavyweight world champion.
In December 2018, at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, Fury made his professional debut against Jevgenijs Andrejevs (10-102-3). He ended up winning the match by four-round points decision (PTS) (40-36). The match took place on the undercard of the match for the featherweight world championship between Josh Warrington and Carl Frampton.
In March 2019 in his second match, he knocked out Callum Ide (0-26-2) in the first round. With this win, Fury earned his first professional career stoppage.
Tommy Fury then took a nine-month break from the sport to appear in the reality series ‘Love Island.’ He participated in the fifth season of the ITV2 dating reality series, when he and partner Molly-Mae Hague came in second place.
Fury also featured in the ITV2 programme ‘The Boxer and The Ballroom Dancer’ in December 2019 alongside fellow Love Island competitor Curtis Pritchard. They switched professions, with Pritchard taking up boxing and Fury attempting ballroom dance.
In December 2019, Fury made his boxing comeback at the Copper Box Arena in London. He defeated Przemyslaw Binienda (2-26) in the first round by technical knockout.
In November 2020, Tommy Fury defeated Genij Krajevskij (0-12) to earn his fourth consecutive victory. In the first round, both combatants traded blows but it wasn’t until the second when Fury began connecting with solid blows. In the second round, Krajevskij was knocked out by a powerful uppercut delivered by Fury.
Fury improved his record to 5-0 in February 2021 after knocking out Scott Williams. With a win against Jordan Grant in June 2021, Fury raised his record to 6-0.
Fury made his US debut on the undercard of Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley in August 2021. He beat Anthony Taylor (0-1) via unanimous decision with scores of 40-36 from all three judges.
In December 2021, Fury was supposed to take on YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul. Due to a fractured rib and a bacterial chest infection, Fury withdrew from the match.
Fury then made a second appearance in the ring, defeating Daniel Bocianski on points. It was on the undercard of his brother Tyson Fury’s WBC and The Ring championship match against Dillian Whyte in April 2022 at Wembley Stadium in London. Following his victory against Bocianski, Fury called out Jake Paul.
The bout between Fury and Paul was rescheduled for August 6 at Madison Square Garden. But Fury was compelled to pull out from the match as he did not receive entry to the United States.
The match was revealed to have been postponed to January 2023 for Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. Fury defeated Paul in a split decision, which ended up being Paul’s first defeat. As a result of his win, he earned a slot in the WBC’s cruiserweight rankings as well as receive the commemorative WBC Diriyah Belt.
American YouTuber Logan Paul was beaten by British YouTuber KSI in a split decision in November 2019. After the match, Fury challenged KSI to a match which KSI subsequently turned down to focus on his music career.
On July 30, 2023, it was revealed that Fury will compete for the MF cruiserweight championship against British YouTuber KSI on October 14 at Manchester Arena in England.
Tommy Fury and his girlfriend had a daughter on January 23, 2023.