JORDAN GRANT will be Tommy Fury’s next opponent after confirmation of their fight on Saturday night.
The former Love Island star is unbeaten after five professional contests and was previously linked with a showdown against Jake Paul.
But he will instead face Scottish youngster Grant in a light-heavyweight match-up.
Fury, 22, most recently fought in February as he downed Scott Williams while his opponent last beat Ryan Hibbert over a year ago.
Victory for the 23-year-old put him on a 2-0 professional career record after a successful debut in 2019.
Grant, dubbed ‘The Game’, has vowed to end his famous rival’s burgeoning ring dreams when they fight in Telford on Saturday.
He declared: “I am no road fighter.
“He is a well-known opponent and I have the tools to beat him.”
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Fury had recently called out Marsellos Wilder for a fight on the undercard of their brothers’ WBC title fight in July.
And this contest takes place ahead of Daniel Dubois’ first bout after his defeat to Joe Joyce last year.
The Brit, 23, takes on Romanian veteran Bogdan Dinu to restart his heavyweight title hopes.
Ahead of the fight, Dubois insisted he is on the warpath to revenge.
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He said: “I want to get back in that sort of level fight and beat someone of Joe’s calibre.
“We’ll see, only time will tell if it can happen. Right now, I am just excited about the comeback.
“I do want to have revenge and to put it right, but if I’ve got to take it out on someone else then, hey, Bogdan is there to get it, isn’t he?”