Tyson Fury has suggested that his new show might not feature his little brother and Love Island runner-up Tommy Fury.
The Gypsy King will appear in new series Meet the Fury's, set to be a fly-on-the-wall look at the heavyweight boxer's daily life.
Many fans have been hoping to spot the two brothers together ever since Tyson turned down the chance to visit his baby brother in the Spanish villa.
Tyson's appearance on Good Morning Britain has seemingly dashed these hopes, with the boxer saying; "‘They’ve been following me around for the last few months, for most of the comeback actually
"It’s an insight on Tyson Fury as a husband, as a father, as a son, as a boxer, and as an everyday person, a real behind-the-scenes show of my life," he continued.
"Tommy doesn’t make an appearance, he might, but Tommy’s got his own TV show going on I believe as well."
Tommy came in second on the ITV2 reality show with girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague, who has made the most money since leaving the show.
The pair have been enjoying their new-found fame and lucrative brand ambassador deals, recently jetting off to the US to attend PrettyLittleThing's fashion week show in New York.
Tommy recently went back to the gym where himself and Tyson train as boxers after his Love Island success, despite promoter Frank Warren confirming that Tommy will take a year out of boxing.
"He’s talking about taking a year out," Tommy's promoter Frank Warren told Metro.co.uk . "I’m fine with that. When he comes back, I’m really looking forward to that. He is going to be huge.
"The interest in him will be huge when he gets back in the ring, especially if he can keep up his profile. He’s only 20 years old. He’s been boxing his whole life, a year out won’t hurt him."
Tyson is preparing for his next fight on Saturday against Swede Otto Wallin at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, which Tommy may be supporting him at.
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