Roman Fury, TYSON FURY's brother, will make his debut in boxing next month, having lost six stone while training with Tommy.
The 25-year old has never been to the pad and has no experience as an amateur.
Roman Fury, Tyson Fury's younger brother, will fight in September
Roman began boxing seriously during lockdown
Roman Parker with Tyson, father Josh, and Joshua Parker, heavyweight Joshua Parker
Roman will be fighting at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool on Saturday September 10th for VIP Boxing.
VIP Boxing told him: "If there's anything else, it's a tale."
"How many people do know who jump in at the deep end with no prior experience and make it work for them? That's the challenge, and I love a challenge.
"I have always played on the pads with my father and brothers since a young age. But I don't actually have much experience sparring or fighting."
Roman claims that he started taking boxing seriously only during lockdown.
He was 20 stone and was now without work.
Roman said, "I used to weigh six stone more than I am now." I was 20 stone. It was a mess.
"Lockdown occurred, I didn't have any work, I was eating garbage, playing on the Xbox and had no life whatsoever.
"Tommy invited us down to train together, we had a few sessions and then I got into it.
"I started training more, and it went from twice per week to six times per week. The weight dropped and my confidence grew.
It's more than a physical problem. It's also a mental issue. It has completely changed my life."
Jimmy Harrington, former Commonwealth featherweight champion Isaac Lowe's trainer, will assist Roman in his preparations for his debut.
The history of professional boxing has been rich for the Furys.
Tyson is currently the WBC World Heavyweight Champion and has never been defeated in his professional career.
Tommy, the younger brother, is also still to be beaten.
Cousins Nathan Gorman and Hughie Fury are both boxers.
Dad John has also competed in 13 fights, and won eight of them.