TYSON FURY'S brother heads into his professional debut inspired by the Gypsy King's thrilling draw with Deontay Wilder.
Tommy Fury, 19, will fight at Manchester Arena on December 22 and has been so focused on training he missed his brother's heavyweight world title bout in Los Angeles.
Instagram @tommytntfury5 Tommy Fury has been training under Ricky Hatton ahead of his pro debut
AP:Associated Press5 Tyson Fury roared back into the elite group of the heavyweight division with his draw against Deontay Wilder
Tyson picked himself up off the canvas twice to score a draw with Wilder, and even believed he had won on points.
The teen has been training with Ricky Hatton and will square up with Latvian Jevgenijs Andrejevs on the undercard of the Carl Frampton vs Josh Warrington ticket.
Tommy told BBC Sport: "He's my favourite fighter and in my opinion the best heavyweight there has ever been.
"He's my brother, so much of my motivation comes from him.
MOST READ IN BOXINGWILD COUNT Wilder reveals 'proof' Fury did not beat ten count after final round knockdown 'a disgrace' Floyd Mayweather left 'disgusted' after Fury is robbed of win over Wilder SAU LOSER Billy Joe Saunders fumes after losing £70,000 betting on Fury to beat Wilder RevealedSETTLE THE SCORE Bungling judges added up Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder scorecards WRONG WILD CLAIMS Wilder blasts AJ for fighting 'second-tier' opponents and hopes rival gets KO'd TOP OF THE BOX Joshua says he is better boxer than Fury and Wilder as he has say on Brexit FACE THE USYK AJ 'to face Oleksandr Usyk at Wembley in April', believes Frank Warren re-match of the day Tyson Fury wants Deontay Wilder world title rematch at Old Trafford HELPING THE HOMELESS Fury to donate entire £8m purse to the homeless after epic Wilder bout KHAN-T BE SCARED AJ Khan claims Joshua is 'scared' unification fight with KO KING Wilder
Instagram @tommytntfury5 Tommy will make his debut on December 22 on the undercard for the Carl Frampton vs Josh Warrington bout