Manchester, UK - In a heavily hyped grudge match, light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury (10-0, 4 KOs) knocked off another social media star with a six round majority decision over KSI (4-1-1, 3 KOs).

The scores were 57-57, 57-56, 57-56 for Fury.

Fury, the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, traveled to the Middle East back in February to hand Jake Paul his first career defeat as a pro boxer by way on eight round split decision.

KSI saw action back in May, when he picked up a two round stoppage over Joe Fournier. The outcome was changed to a no-contest, when it revealed by way of a replay that Fournier was knocked out by an illegal elbow shot.

In the first round of the big fight, KSI was looking to connect with fast punches while holding Fury when he got in close. The biggest shot of the round was a right hand that connected for KSI. The second round saw Fury connect with two right hands at the start. Fury would later lose a point for repeatedly punching to the back of the head. KSI was trying to unload with a lot of punches, with most of them not landing clean. There was a lot of infighting because KSI was holding Fury often. KSI landed a quick right at the end of the round.

During the third, there was more grappling on the inside. Fury was connecting with a few accurate punches as the round played out. In the fourth, Fury landed a few jabs. It didn't take long before they were grappling on the inside - a theme throughout the fight. KSI appeared to be getting tired and was getting tagged here and there by small shots. 

In the fifth, there was dirty fighting on the inside early on. There wasn't much accomplished by either man, and the round could have gone either way. The sixth saw a grappling match for most of the three minutes. It was another close round, with Fury doing just a little bit more but there wasn't much to choose from.