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Tommy Fury is preparing for his next test in the ring against Paul Bamba on the undercard of Floyd Mayweather’s exhibition bout with YouTube star Deji, but was left dumbfounded by pregnant partner Molly-Mae Hague’s attempt on a boxing machine. The former Love Island star, who met Fury on the show, recorded the lowest possible score, of one, on the arcade game leaving her boyfriend mocking her attempt.
Fury, aged 23, who has recorded eight victories from as many fights, is currently in camp ahead of his meeting with American Bamber, who only began fighting last year. He was visited in the Fury family gym by model partner Molly-Mae who is is pregnant with their first child; a little girl due at the end of the year.
Molly-Mae decided to try her hand at the boxing machine with a poor first attempt causing Fury to laugh saying “please”. The Love Island model has a second punch pushing the machine back and recording a score of one. The punching game is found find in most arcades and enables you to hit a punching bag as hard as you can, and it will calculate a score according to the force of your shot.
A few weeks ago, Fury hit an impressive score of 949 on the machine, which was 100 points higher than Anthony Joshua’s effort from five years earlier during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show. Not to be outdone older brother Tyson Fury, aged 34, hit a massive 991 with his effort weeks prior.
Tommy Fury has not fought since beating Daniel Bocianski in April, which he won on points in the Wembley undercard of Tyson’s victory over Dillian Whyte. He was scheduled to face rival Jake Paul earlier this year, but was prevented from travelling to America for the bout in June.
However, the pair have continued to trade insults and could fight early next year. “We would love to try and do the Jake Paul fight next year,” promoter Frank Warren told the Daily Mirror. “He has to come through the fight in Dubai first but if he does then that is what we are going to go for and we could possibly do it next spring.”
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Rival Paul is competing against UFC legend Anderson Silva next weekend and accepts that the plan remains to fight Fury to settle their bitter feud. “I had a call with Tommy Fury. Yeah, they’re saying we’re going to fight in February,” Paul said on his BS podcast.
“I think he actually can’t come into the United States. So if I fight him in the UK, I think parts of it are shady, I don’t think we’re getting the full truth on everything, but regardless, it’s a great match-up and I really want to knock him out.”
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