WATCH Tyson Fury Perform Aerosmith Song After Destroying Tom Schwarz

Unlike Creed, Fury survived and won.

This was no one-punch, one-round destruction of an opponent, not like American Wilder (41-0-1, 40 KOs) showed us against Breazeale last month.

Fury's arrival was hilarious.

He is likely to fight an as yet unnamed opponent before that in September or October, possibly in NY.

Fury said. "The key tonight was to enjoy myself". I was slipping [punches] with my hands down and sliding and shifted to southpaw, and I caught him with a straight left. "It was a good shot, it would have put anybody away".

Talk about putting on a show.

He started the fight well, landing multiple jabs in a dominant first round before taking complete control in the second.

Fury switched to a south paw stance in the second round, then appeared to taunt Schwarz as he put his back to the ropes and eluded several punches with his hands down at this sides. It doesn't get any bigger than this.

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Schwarz returned to his feet but could not fend off the flurry of punches as his corner threw the towel at about the same time the referee stepped in to stop things.

Fury's performance came just weeks after a shocking heavyweight outcome with Andy Ruiz Jr. defeating Anthony Joshua in a title bout. Schwarz continuously walked right at the Brit, though he never cut off the ring and it cost him.

"Either September 21 or October 5, I think I'm back in NY and we're going to have another fight, then we're going to hunt down Deontay Wilder", Fury told BT Sport.

Top Rank boss Bob Arum predicts Fury's next bout will be October 5 in NY.

'He's the best heavyweight in the world.

National Football League player Tre Watson said: "My man Fury has been studying those old Ali tapes I see". He instead tends to systematically dismantle fighters, doing to Schwarz what he did to his opponents in two warm-up fights past year before he faced Wilder.

With a gentler public persona and a commitment to opening dialogue about mental health issues, Fury's redemption has rekindled the interest of many boxing fans turned off by his past homophobic and sexist statements.

Many thought that the former IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO lineal heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, did enough to deserve a win over Wilder on December 1.

  • Lawrence Cooper