ROMAN FURY became the FIFTH in his family to shine on Channel 5 on Friday night.
The cruiserweight – who had no amateur background – went 3-0 with a brutal knockout of Bradley Davies.
And it would have been seen by masses as it featured on free-to-air TV on Channel 5.
The station has been somewhat of a happy hunting ground for the Fury family.
After all, it is where superstar Tyson made his name.
The current WBC heavyweight world champion had several fights on Channel 5 in his early days when signed to Mick Hennessy.
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In 2011, he beat Derek Chisora over 12 rounds for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles.
It was considered an upset at the time and a massive THREE MILLION viewers tuned in.
Fury's later wins against Nicolai Firtha, Neven Pajkic, Martin Rogan, Vinny Maddalone, Kevin Johnson and Steve Cunningham were also on Channel 5.
Some of 35-year-old Tyson's relatives also fought on his undercards on the terrestrial TV channel.
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