ROMAN FURY, brother of World Heavyweight champion Tyson, secured a 40-36 points victory over Ryan Hibbert at Doncaster Racecourse.
He came out on his professional debut and eased past Ryan Hibbert, winning all four rounds of the bout to come out on top on the solitary scorecard.
Big brother Tyson was ringside, as were younger brother Tommy and dad John.
Roman, 25, never boxed as an amateur and was happy to kick off his boxing career out of the spotlight.
Afterwards, Fury told Sporty Stuff TV: "I couldn't have asked for a better debut. I've never experienced anything like this before in my life.
"So I'm just happy with how I dealt with it, I'm proud of myself, I've gained confidence and it's on to the next one now!"
Top of the bill was an all-Yorkshire battle with Zahid Hussein getting an unanimous decision over old rival Razaq Najib, thus avenging a 2019 points loss.
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