Tommy Fury vs Jordan Grant: Fight time, TV channel, live stream, prediction, latest odds for boxing tonight

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<p>Tommy Fury is back in action in Telford this weekend</p> (Getty Images)

Tommy Fury is back in action in Telford this weekend

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Tommy Fury returns to the ring tonight as he faces Jordan Grant on the undercard of Daniel Dubois’ heavyweight comeback against Bogdan Dinu.

Former Love Island star Fury - younger half-brother of WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury - will look to maintain his unbeaten professional record in a four-round light-heavyweight contest in Telford.

‘TNT’ is 5-0 since turning pro in December 2018, stopping Callum Ide, Przemyslaw Binienda and Genadij Krajevskij since outpointing Jevgenijs Andrejevs on debut, while in February he knocked out Scott Williams in the second round of an all-British bout at London’s Copper Box Arena.

Fury, 22, is still embroiled in a long-running social media feud with Jake Paul and will want to put on another show this weekend to warn the brash YouTuber-turned-boxer - who fights former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in August - that he would represent an enormous step up from anyone else he has faced so far.

Scottish opponent Grant - AKA ‘The Game’ - has won both of his opening professional bouts against Andy Bishop and Ryan Hibbert respectively, though will be a massive underdog this weekend.

Fury vs Grant date, start time, venue and ring walks

Tommy Fury vs Jordan Grant takes place on the undercard of Daniel Dubois’ heavyweight return against Romanian Bogdan Dinu today (Saturday, June 5, 2021).

The event is being held in front of approximately 1,000 fans at the Telford International Centre in Telford, Shropshire.

Ring walks for Dubois vs Dinu are expected at around 10pm BST, so Fury-Grant has to obviously be before that, though quite where it will slot in on the card is uncertain.

If it’s the chief support act, then it seems feasible to expect a start time of around 9pm or slightly later.

How to watch Fury vs Grant

TV channel: Fury vs Grant will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, with coverage of the whole card beginning at 7pm.

Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can also watch the card live on the BT Sport website or app.

Fury vs Grant fight prediction

Fury to win via another emphatic stoppage in round three before inevitably calling out Jake Paul once again.

Fury vs Grant betting odds

Fury to win: 1/14

Grant to win: 11/1

Draw: 43/1

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