TOMMY FURY will be without his dad and brother Tyson for the biggest fight of his life.
The 23-year-old Love Island star has apparently signed a contract to finally face American YouTube millionaire Jake Paul on August 6 in New York.
Ex-Love Island star Fury will fight Paul later this year
Paul (R) has beat former UFC champion Tyron Woodley in the ring twice
But the light-heavyweight’s father and trainer John – who is banned from the USA over a 2011 conviction for a violent crime – has claimed his WBC heavyweight champ boy is also banned.
John has not been allowed to attend any of Fury’s Stateside shows after gouging a man’s eye out in a fight at a car auction.
But he now claims the 33-year-old WBC heavyweight champion of the world has also been blocked from visiting the boxing hotbed.
In a since deleted social media video, ex-fighter John Fury barked to Paul: “You can have the fight on August 6 but it has got to be not in America because all of us at the minute are suspended and banned for life, I can’t get there at all.
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“Tyson can’t get over there because he has a few issues at the moment that he is trying to sort out. So Tommy has got no team.
“Listen if you want to negotiate a different price we will take less money to fight you anywhere else in the world on August 6.
“If you can’t do it there is not a problem we will get you again.
“But this needs to be promoted properly and at the minute it’s a poor job.FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS
“We are fighting people, you do what you have got to do, contact us and it is game on.”
Tommy should have boxed Paul last year but pulled out with a chest infection.
But he insists the celebrity showdown is definitely happening this time, even without his fighting family.
He told Paul: “Just to let you all know, the fight on August 6 is going ahead, the contract has been signed.
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“After weeks and weeks of waiting for Jake Paul to sign up to the drugs testing – and potentially putting the fight at risk – he’s finally signed up to the drug testing.
“We’ve agreed a contract that we’re happy with, so the fight is going ahead and I’ll see you August 6”.