Roman furybrother of world heavyweight champion Tyson, making his professional debut VIP box double title at Doncaster Racecourse on Saturday 8th October.
Roman, 25, who has never boxed as an amateur, is managed and trained by Jimmy Harrington on the recommendation of Tyson and their father John.
He lives next door to Tyson in Marcombe and trains with Gypsy King and their other sibling Tommy.
Tyson previously said of Roman: “He’s a future heavyweight champion.”
Unlike Tyson and undefeated younger brother Tommy, who finished runner-up with Love Island co-star Molly-May Hague, Roman is happy to start his boxing career out of the limelight.
Roman, who is making his debut in four rounds, says, “I don’t want to rush things. I don’t want to box on the big bills just because my name is Fury.
“You can’t run before you start walking and the VIP Boxing Shows are perfect for me to learn the skill of the skill and build.
“I could do amateur fights, but I’m around professional boxers and learning that side of things.
“Amateur fights would be good experience, but I would like to go to the professional ranks and learn. These shows will make me better.
“I started late and I don’t have time to spend two or three years in amateurs, so I have to progress quickly.
“Tyson, Tommy, our dad and Jimmy all said they were just going to box pro.”
Roman, who was a scholarship rugby player, took up boxing seriously when his weight ballooned to 19 stone.
The weight came down as he trained with Tyson during the adjustment period and will become the ninth member of the Fury family to box professionally when he makes his debut next month.
And he knows that wearing one of the biggest names in boxing will still put him under the microscope.
He added: “I think I get criticized but it has to do with my name. People look at Tyson and assume we’re all as good as him.
“I haven’t had any amateur experience, so I’m doing it smart. No matter what I do, people are going to criticize, so I have to get on with it and do my thing.
“It’s not like I’ve never put on a pair of gloves. I have always studied the basics of boxing since childhood.
“I’ve been boxing all my life and I don’t consider myself a complete beginner who just put on the gloves.
“I want to go for the titles. I am looking for British titles and like any boxer I have ambitions to win world titles.
“I would even like the names Central and English. I would be happy to win these because it’s really, really good. Few boxers even win titles in the region.’
In the first place – a local boxer Rice Mold (15-1, 6 KOs), who challenges the Bradford ace, Hamed Gaz (18-0, 4 KOs) for the vacant IBO continental and English lightweight titles.
The second title battle will be another all-Yorkshire battle as Leeds warrior Zahid Hussain (16-2, 2 KOs) meets an old rival, Razak Najib (12-4, 2 KOs) as he looks to avenge his Sheffield rival’s 2019 points loss.
Joining Fury on the undercard and fighting for six rounds Lewis Booth, Jake Bray, Jake Goodwin and Sonny Taylor. Bradley Cousins, Josh Hargreaves, Jamie Mellers and Levi Smith box four rounders.
Both title fights will be televised FREE on SportyStuffTV (@Sky 437 @Freesat 250 @Freeview 264 and www.sportystuff.tv) with VIP Boxing YouTube showing the undercard.
Tickets for the ring are sold out but there are a few last available £40 tickets available from all boxers listed on the bill and by calling 01942 874241.