Light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury would like to see his older brother, WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, retire in the aftermath of his upcoming mandatory defense against Dillian Whyte.

The fight between Fury and Whyte takes place on April 23 at Wembley Stadium.

Fury and his promoters are expecting a complete sell-out after 85,000 tickets were sold in three hours.

The older Fury, 33-years-old, has claimed that he will retire after making his upcoming defense against Whyte.

However, it's not the first time Fury has expressed his desire to retire from the sport. 

Tommy Fury wants his brother to stick to his guns this time around. 

"Yeah, definitely, 100 percent, I would like to see Tyson retire after this one. He's got nothing left to prove, he's won every single professional belt there is," Tommy Fury told ES News.

"He beat the man who beat the man and he's beat all the top men out there. He's really got nothing left to prove, so if he wants to walk away 100 per cent definitely."

Tommy Fury was scheduled to face social media star Jake Paul last December.

He was forced to withdraw after suffering a rib injury in training camp.

Fury has been out of the ring since August of last year and hopes to return on the undercard of his brother's fight with Whyte.

And after that, he wants to reschedule the fight with Paul.

"That fight I look to see at the end of the year. My plan is to get a good win on this undercard. At the end of the day, Jake Paul knows where it's at," Tommy Fury said.

"We're onto bigger and better things, I don't know what Jake Paul's doing, but we've just done 100,000 at Wembley. I'm looking to get a good win on the undercard and move on with my career. I'm a boxer, I'm not a YouTube boxer or anything like that, I'm a fully-fledged fighting man. Whatever Jake Paul decides to do, he decides to do, I'm not interested."