British boxer Tommy Fury's rise to success is one that hasn't taken a particularly straightforward pathway, having first featured on our TV screens on Love Island in 2019.
It was from there that Fury met current partner and mother to his child Molly-Mae Hague, with the pair announcing the safe arrival of their daughter Bambi back in January.
Now, back to being a full-time boxer, the 24-year-old Mancunian currently boasts an unbeaten record of 9-0 and is set to face YouTube star KSI on October 14 at the AO Arena.
As TV appearances mix with his professional career in combat sports, it poses the question as to how much Fury is really worth.
How much is Tommy Fury worth in 2023?
According to reports, Fury is said to be worth an estimated £1-2 million, no doubt thanks to his boxing endeavours and other sponsorship deals along the way.
Tommy’s last bout against Jake Paul, which he won, saw him paid a guaranteed fee of £1.6 million. He is also said to have claimed 35 per cent of the profits from the PPV streams of the match.
A bonus of £1 million was also set aside for the winner, with the 24-year-old claiming a split-decision victory.
Who has Fury worked with?
After exiting the Love Island villa, it was partner Molly-Mae who sought life as an influencer, signing a £1 million deal to be the Creative Director at Pretty Little Thing.
But Tommy has also charmed his way into the thinking of fellow sponsors, working with the likes of Boohoo, ASOS, Monster Energy and Diesel ever since his rise to fame in 2019.
What else does Fury do?
Using social media to his advantage, the pro boxer also launched his own YouTube channel where he shows fans just what his day-to-day life looks like.
His latest video, uploaded just days before the fight with KSI, has already amassed over 100,000 views and is sponsored by Air Up, another clear indicator of using his platform for further self-promotion and extra advertisement opportunities.
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