Tommy Fury quits brother Tyson's boxing camp and jets home from Miami to be with Molly-Mae Hague

TOMMY Fury has jetted home to girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague after leaving brother Tyson's boxing camp in Miami.

The 22-year-old reality star has spent the past few weeks in America taking part in a boxing training camp ahead of Tyson's upcoming fight.

Taking to Instagram this weekend, Tommy revealed he's finally heading home from the trip.

The boxer documented his journey as he posted a snap on the plane at Miami International Airport.

Tommy looked comfortable as he lounged back in First Class, before sharing a selfie of himself in a face mask.

Alongside the snap, he wrote: "@mollymae I'm coming for you. Can't wait to see you."

The couple have been FaceTiming non-stop whilst Tommy has been away, with Molly  recently sharing a snap on Instagram last week.

She captioned the shot: "FaceTime calls with my handsome, missing your face terribly."

Tommy also shared the post to his own social media page, adding two love heart emojis.

He penned: "Missing my baby very much."

Meanwhile, the boxer is currently embroiled in drama with YouTube star Jake Paul.

It all kicked off after world heavyweight king Tyson and half-brother Tommy said the latter would destroy the YouTuber in the ring – showing the unbeaten American what professional boxing was really like.

Jake hit back, claiming that the Fury brothers were "desperate" for enlisting NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal to help call him out – insisting he was leagues above Tommy.

Previously, Tommy had quipped: "Our paths haven’t crossed because the man is s**t scared.

"If you’re very intimidated by somebody you’re not going to cross their paths — you’re going to stay 100 miles plus away from them."

Furthermore, Molly-Mae got involved as she slammed Jake for "faking a flirty message from her".

The influencer found herself in the middle of the two men's row, with 24-year-old Jake claiming she slid into his Instagram DMs a year before meeting Tommy.

Jake posted a screenshot of the message allegedly from the blonde beauty, reading: "Might be coming to America later this year and have always been a fan of your videos.

"Maybe you can show me around?"

However, Molly savagely responded to the post on her Twitter page.

She wrote: "Times must be hard when you’re having to fake a DM…. Photoshop is scary."

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