Love Island stars Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague are partying with his brother Tyson Fury in Las Vegas after he won his fight.
Tyson stormed to victory during the fight with Deontay Wilder in the seventh round, with a host of celebrities,including his brother Tommy and girlfriend Molly-Mae, looking on.
It’s reported that Tommy, 20, promised to propose to Molly-Mae, also 20, if Tyson won, which he did.
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A source told The Sun: "Tommy's serious about Molly and thinks proposing in Vegas surrounded by family will be the perfect time.
"He's of the mind only to do it in Vegas if his brother Tyson wins his fight against Deontay Wilder tonight.
"He thinks it would be the perfect way to end the perfect day."
However, there is no evidence yet that Tommy has popped the question to his love, whom he met in the villa last summer.
Tommy has been sharing videos on Instagram of the celebrations after Tyson’s win, with Molly also filming them cheering on the boxer during the fight.
The stunning blonde panned the camera to Tommy during the fight as he proudly beamed at his bother in the ring.
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While Tommy shot to fame in Love Island, he is still focused on his boxing career and wants to follow in the footsteps of his brother.
The source added: "Tommy is really proud of Tyson and wants to emulate his success.
"He's gone professional and plans on going for the big fights in his division so he can make more of a name for himself.
"His ultimate goal is to become a world champion and get the titles, the acclaim and the big bucks rolling in."
Tommy also opened up on his goals for the future, saying: “I’m just out to be Tommy Fury. I’m not a reality TV man. I’m not an entertainment guy.
"I’m a fighting man. I’ve been doing that all my life, not six months out.
"Love Island is what I’m known for, but make no mistake when I’m finished I’ll be known for being one of the best fighters to come out of Britain.
"That’s what I want to do, what I’ve got my mind set on — and nothing’s changing that."
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