Watch Tyson Fury's other brother scores stunning KO to leave rival face down
ROMAN FURY produced a stunning knockout win to continue his fledgling boxing career and continue in his family's footsteps.
Tyson Fury's brother Roman moved to 3-0 record with what is the only stoppage win for a Fury this year.
His other sibling Tommy, who controversially beat KSI to maintain his undefeated record last month after his previous points victory over YouTuber Jake Paul, was ringside in Brighton alongside father John Fury to watch the action.
And they witnessed the 26-year-old Roman score an incredible KO to leave opponent Bradley Davies face down and out for the count.
He had been in control through all the fight before he unleashed his devastating left hook in the third round to claim the win.
Roman said afterwards: “Of course there was pressure with the last name.
“When it's time for me to get the gloves on, it's down to business.”
However, he was floored a fortnight ago by UFC legend Francis Ngannou in their crossover bout but still managed to get up and win the bout on the scorecards.
Roman won his debut at Doncaster racecourse back in October 2022.
He then eased to 2-0 with another points triumph over Erik Nazaryan at York Hall arena in June as the referee called the four rounder 40-36.
Now he will be hoping to continue the Furys’ rich history in professional boxing.
Aside from Tyson and Tommy’s unbeaten records, cousins Hughie Fury and Nathan Gorman are also boxers
Dad John also has experience inside the squared circle, competing in 13 fights and winning eight of those.
His uncle Peter Fury also enjoyed a foray into the ring while Hosea Burton and Andy Lee, who are also cousins with Tyson, are boxers too.
Meanwhile, Harlem Eubank also continued his impressive start as a pro by claiming a victory in Brighton yesterday.
Chris Eubank Sr walked his nephew Harlem down to the ring and witnessed an impressive performance from the home favourite to stop Timo Schwarzkopf with a stunning right hook in the eleventh round.