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We are just days away from one of the biggest boxing fights in years, as Tyson Fury defends his WBC heavyweight strap against Dillian Whyte. While the undercard is not as big as it could be, his brother Tommy Fury will look to extend his unbeaten record at the iconic Wembley Stadium. 

Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski Betting Odds

Tommy Fury makes his latest appearance in a boxing ring to take on Daniel Bocianski. 

Fury is 1/20 to win the fight, with Bocianski a 17/1 chance and the draw available at 33/1

The Love Islander is 8/15 for a stoppage victory and 2/1 by decision. A knockout win is rated Bocianski's best chance at a shock, and that can be backed at 25/1. The six-round contest is 2/1 to go the distance, and it's 4/11 that we don't hear the final bell. 

Tommy Fury Record, Daniel Bocianski Record 

Fury is unbeaten in seven professional contests, but they have been extremely low-level bouts. 

Fury's debut opponent Jevgenijs Andrejevs had lost 102 fights when facing TNT. Callum Ide hadn't won any of his 30 professional bouts, and Genadij Krajevskij and Scott Williams were also winless prior to stepping in the ring with the Manchester man. 

TNT has created a good visual impression in his professional career, but there is no substance to Fury's form. The Manchester man's biggest test was going to come against YouTuber Jake Paul, and that tells you all you need to know about the standard of his previous opponents.

Bocianski has been fighting in low-level contests in his native Poland. The Chelmec puncher has an overall record of ten wins and one defeat from his 11 professional bouts. 

The 27-year-old made his debut in 2014, so it's a bit of a worry that he has only managed 11 fights to date, and only two of his ten victories have come by stoppage. 

Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski Where To Watch on TV

The fight will be shown live on BT Sport Box Office as part of the Tyson Fury v Dillian Whyte pay-per-view show. Coverage starts at 7pm, with the fighters expected to ring walk at 7.30pm. 

Tommy Fury vs Daniel Bocianski Prediction

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This is likely to be one-way traffic for Fury. Bocianski is an extremely low-level opponent, and there's a huge financial incentive for the Manchester man should he win this bout. A fight against YouTube star Paul is still on the cards, and there will no doubt be plenty of talk about that fight when TNT comes through this contest. 

It's unlikely that this bout will go the full six rounds, and a couple of small bets on a Fury round one and Fury round two victory could be the way to approach Saturday night's fight.