- Tyson Fury has arrived at the AO Arena to support his little brother Tommy
- The Gypsy King finished his training camp for Francis Ngannou earlier in the day
- Follow Mail Sport’s live blog for all the updates from KSI vs Tommy Fury
The Gypsy King will be sitting ringside and cheering his brother on as Tommy looks to knock the Misfits co-founder out in spectacular fashion.
Tyson – who is fighting Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia on October 28 – arrived at the venue wearing a leather jacket and baseball cap.
The 35-year-old heavyweight looked fit and healthy after finishing his training camp in Morecambe earlier in the day.
The Gypsy King will make his way over to Saudi Arabia after watching Tommy in action, giving him two weeks to adjust to his new surroundings in the Middle East.
Tyson Fury has arrived at the AO Arena in Manchester to support his brother Tommy in this evening’s highly anticipated crossover bout with KSI
Tyson will be looking to make a statement in the opening fight of Riyadh Season and establish himself as the ‘Baddest Man on the Planet’.
The Gypsy King will then look to return to the ring on December 23 to face Oleksandr Usyk in an undisputed heavyweight title fight.
US promoter, Bob Arum, has hinted that Tyson Fury could make around $200million for title fight during the Christmas period.
Fury and Usyk have agreed terms to put all the world titles on the line over the winter period – with the historic bout set to take place on December 23 or later in January if Fury is injured during his bout with Ngannou.
The announcement came as a shock to boxing fans across the world as Fury had shutdown talks of an undisputed bout just a week before.
The Gypsy King told Mail Sport he was only interested in taking bouts that were financially rewarding and said that Usyk ‘doesn’t cut it’ because of the language barrier.
However, Arum has now revealed that Fury will earn upwards of $100m dollars – with reports stating the 35-year-old’s pay cheque will be closer to the $200m mark for the undisputed bout.