Tyson Fury 'masterclass' devastates opponent in two rounds
In his first bout since his 12-round epic with Deontay Wilder late last year, Tyson Fury didn’t need anywhere near as much time against Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas.
Fury defended his lineal heavyweight title inside two rounds, quickly overwhelming the previously undefeated Schwarz.
After landing several strikes which left Schwarz with a badly bleeding nose, Fury toyed with his opponent in a performance that commentators described as a “masterclass”, as he effortlessly evaded a series of attempted punches.
Having knocked Schwarz down, Fury immediately picked up from where he left off and the German was unable to make it to the bell.
The victory is the 28th of Fury’s professional career and his 20th via KO/TKO.
It leaves him on track for what would be a mouth-watering rematch with Wilder.