Lowe, unbeaten in 13 pro fights, has looked up to Fury throughout the course of his own four-year professional career, even turning to him during difficult times, and says he owes him a lot.
“Many times I’ve been down and thought about giving up this sport – throwing it in – but Tyson has been the one who has come and picked me back up and given me the encouragement to keep going,” Lowe explains.
“He has got me back in the gym and sometimes taken me away training to freshen things up.
“A lot of people just judge him based on what they see on television.
“But, trust me, get him off camera and he’s a completely different guy altogether.
“He’s always been someone I have respected and looked up to.
“He’s down-to-earth, kind, funny, likes a laugh.
“He’s like a big baby, to tell you the truth.
“Sometimes you’ve got to tell him what to do.
“He gets carried away. He’s also inspirational and is a teacher.
“That’s the role he has played in my life.
“I wouldn’t be where I am now in boxing if it wasn’t for Tyson.
“Now we’re both on the same show together and we’re going to make history.
“It’s going to be a night to remember for both of us.
“It will probably be a bit emotional, too.”
Lowe will next appear on July 9 at the Manchester Arena, as part of the undercard to Fury’s world heavyweight title defence against Wladimir Klitschko.