TOMMY FURY has vowed to make Jake Paul PAY for every tireless sacrifice he has made to ensure victory over him.
Fury is set to finally fight Paul on Sunday, following two previous pullouts before, amid injury and US visa issues.
They have rescheduled their grudge match in Saudi Arabia, where bragging rights, reputations and unbeaten records are at stake.
Fury revealed he left the mansion in Manchester which he shares with Molly-Mae to move into a separate apartment.
And the 2019 Love Island star – who met his partner on the TV show – insisted he could not be both a lover and a fighter during his training camp.
Fury, 23, told SunSport: “When you’re preparing for a fight, you have to get into a certain kind of mode.
“If you’re sleeping in bed with your missus every night, what are you going to do? You’re in that cuddly mode.
“You’ll want to cuddle up and watch a film, it’s just natural instinct. I decided to take that out this time, I’ve been nothing but professional here.
“I’ve been sleeping in my own bed, by myself, all this camp. I’ve gone to a different place and done what needs to be done.”
The fight also comes just a month after Fury and Molly-Mae introduced baby daughter Bambi into the world.
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And the doting dad had to kiss goodbye to the pair when he jetted off to the Middle East – where he plans to take out his anger on Paul.
Fury said: “He will feel every single sacrifice that I’ve had to make for this fight. And I’m just so confident.
“I know how confident I am in this fight, I’ve never been this confident before.
“I’m as confident in winning this fight as I am in walking down the stairs and eating my next meal.
“This is what it is, I’ve trained hard and surrounded myself with a proper network, a winning network, world champions, better sparring.
“There’s nothing physically I could have done more and when you’ve been through a camp and done all of that, there’s no question, it’s full confidence.”
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Fury is set to become the first opponent with a recognised professional boxing record that Paul has so far faced.
That is after wins for the YouTuber-turned prizefighter over ex-MMA champions Ben Askren, 38, Tyron Woodley, 40, and Anderson Silva, 47.
Fury could become a hero overnight if he becomes the one to finally silence Paul in the ring.
But he is adamant none of that will matter to him – with his biggest fans waiting for him at home.
He said: “All that stuff doesn’t really faze me, I just want to knock this man out, shut him up and come back home to my family and spend some much needed family time.
“I’m not really interested in all the glitz and the glamour of what comes with beating Jake Paul. I’m not really interested in that.
“I’ve got a job to do, I’ll get that done, come back and see my little girl and spend some nice time at home.”