Tyson Fury is hours away from facing Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas for the third time with a number of his close family still at home.
The Gypsy King’s father, John, is banned from entering America while his six children also remain in the UK.
However, one of the WBC champion’s relatives has joined him in the United States with Tommy Fury having a front row seat for the Wilder fight.
But how are the couple related? talkSPORT.com takes a look …
How are Tyson and Tommy Fury related?
The couple are half-brothers, the British duo sharing the same father John but born to different mothers.
Tommy ‘TNT’ Fury rose to fame on the Love Island reality show, but is also a light-heavy boxer with a professional record of 7-0.
Tyson, 33, and Tommy, 22, are among John Fury’s five children – with half-siblings Shane and Roman also venturing into boxing.
Their cousin Hughie – who beat Mariusz Wach on the undercard for Anthony Joshua’s win over Kubrat Pulev – is a 25-3 heavyweight.
What was said?
Tyson has told his younger brother Tommy that he will have to retire from boxing and change his last name to Fury if he fails to beat Jake Paul.
“I think the fight has to take place – Tommy and Jake will finish the fight,” Tyson told Boxing Social.
“If Tommy can’t splash Jake Paul, I’ll take him out of boxing myself.” If he can’t beat Jake Paul, forget about boxing.
“Because he has the ambition to be world champion, let alone beat a guy from YouTube.
“But it’s a big fight for the world of social media and for all the kids who support them both.
“It’s a great fight to watch, it’s a show.
“But Tommy – his name is Fury. If he can’t beat Jake Paul, I’ll have to change his name.