Tommy Fury eyes FOUR bouts this year and reveals plans for return fight afterparty and holiday with partner Molly-Mae

TOMMY FURY is eyeing FOUR bouts this year – and hopes to enjoy a post-fight afterparty and holiday away after the first of them.

The ex-reality TV star returns to the ring on Saturday, featuring on the undercard at Wembley where his brother Tyson faces Dillian Whyte. 

Fury, 22, has not fought since August when he beat Jake Paul’s sparring partner Anthony Taylor, 33, which set up a bout with the YouTuber. 

But he had to painfully pull out of the December celebrity grudge match with a broken rib. 

And after months of gruelling work in the gym, Fury is ready to put on a show against Poland’s Daniel Bocianski, 27, before celebrating in style. 

He told SunSport: “There’s going to be an absolutely huge afterparty that’s going to be going down. 

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“There’s going to be huge celebrations after all wins around the board, me, Isaac and Tyson, it’s going to be a great night. 

“Then me and the missus are going off to Los Angeles in May, we’re going to have a good few weeks out there. 

“Just living it up, travel and enjoy life because we’re young and blessed to be in the position that we’re in.  

“I work hard enough in the gym, get smashed around to pieces every single day, so when I don’t have to do that, I’m definitely going to enjoy my time.” 

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Fury has struggled for momentum in the boxing business after rising to mainstream stardom on Love Island alongside now-girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague. 

But the 7-0 light-heavyweight prospect wants a busy year in the ring as he continues to learn on the job. 

Fury said: “I want to be active this year, I want to get at least three, four fights in, that would be ideal for me. 

“We’re not in any major rush to get any belts or anything, because like I say, I’m 22-years-old, I’ve not got the most experience and we’re learning and taking it fight-by-fight. 

“I want to get more ring-time, get some more rounds underneath me, that’s the plan for 2022.” 

Fury has refused to chase rival Paul, 25, for a scheduled fight date – but offered himself up at any time and any place. 

It is what it is, I’m not really bothered, he can take it or leave it. If he wants to fight, I’m game whenever, there's not a problem.

He said: “It’s unfinished business in my eyes because this should have been done back in December, he was talking that whole year. 

“Granted, it was me that came up with a broken rib and was unable to fight in December but I’d like to get that fight back and shut this guy up once and for all. 

“But, at the end of the day if it comes it comes, if it doesn’t it doesn’t, my aim in this sport is to be world champion and beating Jake Paul doesn’t give me that. 

“It doesn’t give me anything, it’s not exactly a win that I’ll get and be bouncing around saying, ‘I beat Jake Paul’. 

“It’s a win that I wouldn’t even mention because he’s not even a boxer, it’s not going to give me any clarity. 

“It is what it is, I’m not really bothered, he can take it or leave it. If he wants to fight, I’m game whenever, there's not a problem.”  

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