Tommy Fury’s Height, Weight, Age, Reach, and Record: Every Stat in the Book

Published 10/26/2021, 12:18 PM EDT


Hailing from the Fury family, Tommy Fury had the flexibility to cherry-pick a career line. Even though he appeared on the famous reality show ‘Love Island’, his heart truly lies within the ropes of the squared circle.

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Inspired by his brother, Tyson Fury, who recently put up one of the greatest heavyweight clashes of all time against Deontay Wilder on October 9, even he is now looking to become the next big name in British boxing.

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Despite having no formal amateur experience in the sport, Fury is already making waves in boxing. With just very few professional bouts on his record, he is already signed on to a two-fight contract with Showtime. Apart from that, he is also currently feuding and is trying to book a mega-fight with the most talked about fighter – Jake Paul.

With this big fight in the works, here’s a detailed stats breakdown of everything that you need to know about Tyson Fury’s brother, Tommy Fury.

Tommy Fury Height

Tommy Fury stands tall at 6 feet. In most of his fights so far, Fury has used his height to his advantage. He has shown that he can capitalize on that and effectively avoid shots thrown by his opponents.

Naturally, his size and height make it difficult for his opponents to connect to the face effectively. In his last fight on the undercard of Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley main event, he fought MMA fighter, Anthony Taylor. Over Taylor’s 5 feet 7 inches height, Fury had a great height advantage as well, among many other advantages.

Tommy Fury Age

While he recently faced criticism for not being able to finish Anthony Taylor in his last fight, many forget that ‘TNT’ Fury is only 22-years-old. He believes he is still learning on the go and wants to eventually fight for the championship in the future.

Tommy Fury Reach

The 22-year-old light heavyweight has a 76-inch arm reach. Such an advantage equips him with the ability to create and maintain distance in the fight.

By maintaining a gap in between, Fury can land constant shots, while also defusing his opponent’s approach. If he can capitalize on this, he will be able to block out his opponent’s shots.

Tommy Fury Record

The combined record of his seven opponents stands at 16 (W)- 215 (L)- 2 (D). Fury’s debut fight saw him enter the ring against a referee-turned judge and then boxer, Jevgenjis Andrejevs, whose current record is 10-113-3.

Meanwhile, his latest rival Anthony Taylor was a former MMA elite with very minimal professional boxing experience. As the number speaks for themselves, it’s clear ‘TNT’ is still to add a big name to his resume.

Recently, Jake Paul said that he definitely wants to fight Tommy Fury; however, he has a problem with the fact that he hasn’t faced opponents with decent records.

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Yeah, I want to fight Tommy Fury, a hundred percent. He is seriously only famous because he’s put my name in his mouth and that’s the truth of the matter. The only time he gets press is when he talks about me.

“He’s fought bums, he is 5-0, but he’s fought guys that have a combined record of 10 wins and 250 losses. He has never done a big pay-per-view, he is a reality star, so he needs to fight someone real to do a big pay-per-view,” said Jake Paul.

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Sanjit Misra

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Sanjit Misra is a boxing author at EssentiallySports. Sanjit fused his passion for writing with his love for jabs, hooks, and uppercuts and entered the realm of boxing journalism. The elegance, the sweet science, and the finesse of hand-to-hand combat was what initially drew him into the world of boxing.

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