Tommy Fury says he's already missing Molly-Mae as he jets to Las Vegas again ahead of brother Tyson's fight

TOMMY Fury has said he's already missing girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague – posting a picture of her as he jetted off to Las Vegas.

The smitten boxer, 22, told fans "missing my baby so much already" as he left the UK to support brother Tyson in his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder.

The undefeated 6ft 9in WBC champion will share the ring with American Wilder for the third time next Saturday in Las Vegas.

And Tommy has been jetting back and forth to the US to support Tyson, as well as continue his own career as a boxer:

The Love Island winner is in his own talks to fight American YouTuber and professional boxer Jake Paul, 24.

But so far he's turned down offers of $1million to go toe-to-toe with the former Disney Channel star.

In August, Tommy beat Paul's sparring partner Anthony Taylor, 32, on his American debut.

Later that night he bumped into Jake backstage with security forced to intervene.

Jake later told reporters he tried to wind up Tommy by throwing a slur about Molly-Mae.

Discussing the incident, Paul said: "Look, the guy really had nothing to say, he had a mediocre performance against my sparring partner.

"All credit to Anthony Taylor he's a tough guy but Tommy Fury is supposed to be this tough, big bad guy, legendary bloodline.

"I got into his face and let him talk. I don't have anything to say to him – at the end of the day I hired him to be here, I gave him an opportunity to shine. I don't have any bad blood I just said, 'Yo tell your girl to get out of my DMs.'"

Tommy also recalled the incident with Paul and told BT Sport he sensed "something in his eyes".

He said: "He come down the corridor, he was acting the big I am. I was doing an interview with BT.

"And I turned around he was coming and that was it. I thought listen, if he's going to say anything, he's going to say it now.

"So, we squared up, had a little tit for tat, but I've seen something in his eyes, and I saw it there and then.

"When we squared up, I looked at him and he doesn't want any part of me, definitely not.

"I've seen plenty of fear in his eyes and he had about 40 security guards around him and everything and he still had fear in his eyes.

"Always looking away, looking down. I put it on him and said you need to stop running and take the fight."

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