Jack Fincham wants Love Island showdown with Tommy Fury after ‘winning in life again’ with boxing return and weight loss

JACK FINCHAM is eyeing a Love Island showdown against Tommy Fury after getting himself fighting fit mentally and physically.

The reality TV star – who won the hit ITV show in 2018 – boxed as an amateur before walking away from the sport in his 20s.

Instagram @jack_charlesfLove Island winner Jack Fincham is eyeing a fight with Tommy Fury[/caption]

SplashTommy Fury also starred on Love Island[/caption]

But amid the boom in celebrity-style crossover bouts, Fincham is back in boxing and returns at Crypto Fight Night on Saturday.

He faces Isaac Taylor, the brother of his former opponent Anthony who he shared four exhibition rounds with in 2022.

Fincham won his last fight in Dubai in April against influencer Ahmed Mousa and now has the likes of Fury and KSI in his sights.

He told SunSport: “They were struggling to find me an opponent at first but then Anthony actually messaged me himself asking, ‘Would you fight my brother?’

“I said, ‘Yeah, course. No problem.’ I want to leave a mark on this type of boxing because I want to eventually fight Tommy Fury.

“I could easily fight KSI, easily. They’re the sort of people that I want to be boxing and I know I’m more than capable of beating them.

“I’ve got a lot more self-confidence now since I’ve been training and the quality of sparring I’m having, these people are not as good as me in my opinion.”

Fury is unbeaten at 10-0 and last year beat YouTube’s biggest boxing stars in KSI, 30, and Jake Paul, 27.


But the 25-year-old has not returned since – after having hand surgery – as Fincham raised doubts over his boxing aspirations.

He said: “I’ve said this in the past, I think Tommy’s great, really nice guy but is his heart really in boxing? I don’t think so.

“He’s earning a lot of money from other stuff and I don’t think he needs boxing at the minute. I don’t think he’s going to go into any 50-50 fights, why would he?

“I don’t think at the minute he wants to go into a fight against anyone who may have a chance of beating him. His excuse is, ‘They’re not bringing money to the table.’

“Well, they are. It’s definitely a fight I’d like, have a couple in between and then do that.”

Fincham dropped a sensational THREE STONE before his boxing return earlier in the year.

It paved the way for the familiar feeling of victory in the ring – but one he had not tasted since his teenager amateur boxing years.

Fincham, 32, said: “It felt amazing. I haven’t felt like that in years, the last fight I won was back in the amateurs and obviously I boxed Anthony Taylor in between that.

“It was just an amazing feeling. It was a nice, familiar feeling like, ‘Ah this is what it used to f***ing fell like.’

“I proved myself right, I wasn’t supposed to fight until this card or even afterwards around September time but I thought, ‘F*** it, I’ll just fight now.’

“I took that fight on six-weeks notice and came down from 104 kilos. All round you just feel like you’re winning in life again.

“Other stuff starts going right for you, others jobs start coming in, you look healthy, you look fit. Everything is better.”

@jack_charlesfFincham is ‘winning in life’ again after his boxing return[/caption]

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