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Yes, Tyson Fury really did serenade his wife after his second-round victory

Well, how else would you expect one of the fiercest men in heavyweight boxing to celebrate a victory?

Tyson Fury made light work of the little-known Tom Schwarz in his Las Vegas debut.

The 30-year-old needed less than two rounds to notch up a TKO victory in his first professional hitout since his epic draw with Deontay Wilder late last year.

However just in case fans weren’t entertained enough, when prompted in his post-fight interview with ESPN Top Rank, Fury unleashed a sincere rendition of Aerosmith’s “I don’t want to miss a thing” for the crowd and his wife, Paris.

Fury is attempting to make himself into a bigger name in the United States, having recently signed a deal with ESPN and Top Rank Boxing.

Whether his singing voice will help him achieve wider recognition… remains to be seen.

Earlier, the lineal heavyweight champion had walked into the ring wearing Apollo Creed’s kit from the film Rocky IV.