Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury to follow in Tyson and Paris footsteps with Netflix documentary

Former Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague and her fiance Tommy Fury could be following in Tyson and Paris Fury’s footsteps with a new Netflix show potentially on the cards.

Following Tyson's successful fly-on-the-wall show, At Home with the Furys, The Sun has reported that a new Netflix show will look at younger brother Tommy's private life, including his relationship with Molly-Mae.

The show is predicted to focus on Tommy’s professional life as a boxer, which comes at a good time as he is preparing for his upcoming, and highly-anticipated, fight with YouTuber KSI.

An insider reported to The Sun: “Tommy’s appearance in Netflix’s At Home With The Furys had bosses at the streaming service wondering whether Tyson’s brother was worth a show in his own right.

“Then, when the documentary turned out to be so popular, that cemented the idea in their minds”.

Tommy, who has been keeping fans updated with his boxing training, is set to fight KSI at the AO Arena in Manchester on October 14.

To help prepare for the fight, Tommy moved out of his home which he shares with Molly and seven month old daughter Bambi.

OK! has contacted Molly-Mae and Tommy’s representatives for comment.

Despite At Home with the Furys reaching number one on Netflix, Tyson has reportedly rejected offers to film two more series.

The 35 year old heavyweight champion boxer is said to have canned the idea of any more seasons of the show as he doesn't want to be labelled a 'reality star'.

According to MailOnline, the boxer – who has been open about his struggles with mental health including bipolar and ADHD – is said to have found it difficult to have a team of cameramen present so intimately.

Since filming the show, Tyson has admitted that he wanted to stop filming numerous times. He is said to have decided to do the show due to deciding to retire from the sport.

However, he's since come out of retirement, with the support of his wife, Paris, and the rest of his family.

Paris and Tyson are parents to Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, 11, Prince Tyson Fury II, 7, Valencia, 5, Prince Adonis Amaziah, 4, and -old two-year Athena. They're soon set to welcome a seventh child into their brood, as Paris is currently pregnant.

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