Fury had his usual short crop, a short back and sides with his signature sweeping fringe.
Everyman Barber’s Manchester manager, Harry Nichola, said of Fury’s visit: “It was great to have Tommy in for a cut, he’s a massive celebrity now and one of the nicest blokes you could meet.”
The strapping Fury won over the public and became runner-up to his girlfriend, Molly-Mae, who won the show. The couple’s fame has since rocketed as a result.
A testament to the young boxer’s popularity, he now has almost 3 million Instagram followers and is in no short supply of career opportunities.
Fury made his professional boxing debut in December last year and is now 2-0 in his boxing career. He is also the half-brother of British heavyweight boxing star Tyson Fury, so is yet to match his older brother’s success in the ring.
Judging by his popularity outside of the boxing ring and his short run of early success inside, the young Fury’s popularity will only continue to grow.