TOMMY FURY’S own brother has claimed his younger sibling is “vulnerable” and “beatable” after unconvincingly beating KSI.
Tommy Fury secured an unconvincing win over KSI[/caption]
It emerged afterwards that there was an error with the judges scores that read 57-56, 57-56 and 57-57 after the six-rounder.
The one official that adjudged it to be a draw, Rafael James, failed to add up his scores correctly but now that has been rectified.
That means that all three scores read 57-56 in Fury‘s favour and it means that the Love Island star is the winner by UNANIMOUS decision.
That leaves the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, 35, with an undefeated 10-0 record in the ring.
However, another of the Fury siblings, the believed to be 30-year-old Shane, delivered a brutal verdict on his loved one’s performance after Saturday’s showdown.
After cheering him on from ringside, Shane was asked to assess Tommy’s display by Fight Hub TV.
And he said: “He looks vulnerable now. He’s beatable now by all of them really, isn’t he?
“They’ve only got to develop a little bit and he’s beatable. It was a bad performance by Tommy but he got the win.”
That win came on the back of Fury’s victory over Jake Paul back in February and he said after getting his arm raised: “I fought my absolute heart out and that’s all you can do.
“I said from day one there will never be another Tyson Fury I’m just trying to be the best Tommy Fury that I can be.”
Tommy’s father John seemed less worried about the decision, saying post-fight: “We did what we had to do. KSI didn’t wanna fight, he wanted to hold all night, he was smothering Tommy’s work.”
KSI, 30, has called for a rematch and intends to appeal the result, claiming he was “robbed”.
But Fury, who is dating fellow Love Islander Molly-Mae Hague and who welcomed baby Bambi Fury into the world, says he is done with crossover boxing.
The star, who celebrated by gorging on pizza, told DAZN: “He goes his way I go mine. I’m done with all this s***. All this crossover s***.
“I’m not part of that, I’m here to fight and we go on to the next challenge now.”