Tommy Fury won’t be in Tyson’s reality show Meet The Furys – but there’s a twistSeptember 11, 2019
Tyson Fury has revealed some bad news for fans of his little brother Tommy.
The heavyweight boxer, 31, has filmed a The Osbournes-style reality series for ITV that will give an unprecedented look into his life called Meet The Furys.
Viewers will get a ringside seat inside Tyson's home and hear from his inner circle of family and friends who have lived through his mental health and addiction issues with him.
However, Tyson has broken the sad news that Love Island star Tommy "doesn't make an appearance" in the four-part series.
Speaking on today's Good Morning Britain, Tyson said: "They’ve been following me around for the last few months, most of the comeback actually.
"An insight on Tyson Fury as a husband, father, son boxer and as an everyday person really. It’s a real behind-the-scenes show of my life."
When Susanna Reid asked if Tommy would turn up, Tyson said: "Tommy doesn’t make an appearance… he might make an appearance this time but Tommy has got his own TV show going on I believe as well."
So it's good news as it looks like Tommy and girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague will be getting their own fly on the wall show.
The pair are currently on a romantic trip in New York and have been documenting their city break on Instagram .
The couple have been posting lots of loved-up photos after spending some time apart while Molly-Mae was on a modelling job in LA.
Brother Tyson is also out in America as he prepares to take on arch-rival Deontay Wilder for a second time in Las Vegas.
Wife Paris and their five children, Dad John, who trained him to become a champion boxer from when he was eight-years-old, and the broader Fury clan will all feature in Meet The Furys.
The series will combine family life with the Gyspy King getting ready for his next big fight.
Kate Teckman, Head of Development Factual Entertainment, said: "This is a unique opportunity to gain an insight into this enigmatic figure whose battles inside and outside the ring have made him one of the most talked about people in popular culture.
"With unprecedented access, this series aims to offer a full picture of Tyson Fury and his background that is sure to pin viewers to the ropes."
*Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am
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