TOMMY FURY'S fight against Anthony Taylor has been changed from six to four rounds at the last minute.
The shock decision has left both boxers fuming ahead of the fight.
According to Ariel Helwani, the fight has been reduced from six to four rounds which has left both boxers unhappy.
Taylor was told the British Commission would not allow it to go six rounds.
Reality TV star Fury, the younger brother of WBC king Tyson, has yet to go past four rounds and will have to wait for an extended fight after the late ruling.
Mancunian Fury returns to the ring tonight against MMA star Taylor on the undercard of Jake Paul's contest against Tyron Woodley in Ohio.
Fury makes his US debut and is bidding to extend his unbeaten record after winning his first six contests.
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Taylor recently apologised to Fury for dragging his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague into their feud in the build-up to the fight.
Fury told iFL TV: "The hole I'm going to put him in because he's messing with a different animal here.
"You see the size difference today, I'm not just a big dope who's in the ring I know what I'm doing and it's dangerous for him."
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