TOMMY FURY is back in action tonight as he faces Scott Williams at the Copper Box Arena.
The former Love Island contestant looks to be taking his boxing seriously nowadays and is fresh from a KO win over Genadij Krajevskij in November.
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When is Fury vs Campbell?
- Tonight's fight is on a packed card from the Copper Box in London.
- Fury will face Manchester fighter Scott Williams, who has a pro record of 0-9.
- The card timings are not set in stone but Fury's bout is expected some time after 8.30pm GMT.
What channel will it be on and can it be live streamed?
- Tonight's action will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.
- You can live stream the action from the BT Sport app, which is available for download on your mobile or tablet device.
- The fight is taking place at the Copper Box Arena in London, without the presence of fans.
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- Jim Sheridan
This evening's card was originally meant to be headlined by Carl Frampton and Jamel Herring, but their WBO 130lb title fight was postponed.
And in another blow to the schedule, Anthony Cacace vs Lyon Woodstock was also cancelled earlier in the week after Woodstock tested positive for Covid-19.
- Jim Sheridan
WEIGH TO GO
Fury looked in top nick as he weighed in at 12st12 at yesterday's presser…
- Jim Sheridan
FURY VS CAMPBELL
Boxing is back at the Copper Box – and so is Tommy Fury.
Half-brother to world champion Tyson, Tommy has fought just four times since making his pro debut way back in December 2018.
Away from the ring, those of you who like your reality shows will recognise the chiselled 'TNT' from his stint on 2019's edition of Love Island.
We're not interested in that tonight though as Fury returns to the ring and looks set to focus on his boxing once again.
We last saw him fight back in November, beating Genadij Krajevskij by second round KO in their clash at the BT Sport Studio.
That will have hopefully shaken off the ring rust, although tonight's opponent Scott Williams will have to produce the effort of his career to remove Fury's unbeaten tag.
Williams, 32, is 0-9 in his pro career but is certainly game having taken eight of those fights the distance.
As well as Fury's appearance, there's a packed card at the Copper Box with Quaise Khademi and Ijaz Ahmed going at it for the WBO European super flyweight title.
If you like your drama in and out of the ring, this is the place to be tonight.
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