TOMMY FURY’S next opponent was left with legs like jelly in his last fight after taking a devastating uppercut.
Fury will feature on the undercard of his brother Tyson’s world title fight against Dillian Whyte on April 23 at Wembley.
Tommy Fury’s next opponent was left with legs like jelly in his last fight
Patryk Szymanski, right, stopped Daniel Bocianski in 2021
And the 2019 Love Island star will enjoy a step up in competition against Poland’s Daniel Bocianski.
Bocianski, who stands 6ft 3in, has been beaten only once in his 11 fights but suffered the loss in his last bout.
It came against Patryk Szymanski, 28, in March 2021 in round five of a scheduled eight.
After Bocianski, 27, was stunned, Szymanski landed a right uppercut that left his countryman out of his feet and wobbling into the corner.
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The referee stopped the fight which resulted in Bocianski’s first and so far only career loss.
Fury, meanwhile, was last in the ring in August and beat Jake Paul’s sparring partner Anthony Taylor, 33, over four rounds.
It came on the YouTuber’s undercard and set up a celebrity grudge match with Paul, 25.
But Fury, 22, was forced to pull out of the December pay-per-view after suffering a broken rib in training.
He hopes to reschedule the fight but insisted Bocianski would be a tougher night’s work than 5-0 Paul, who has never fought a recognised boxer.
Fury told Queensberry Promotions: “This man I’m about to fight would iron Jake Paul out easy because this man has probably got a family to feed, this is his only way of making money, he probably needs to make the money.
“He’s gonna come in with killer ambition.”