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Tyson Fury vs Schwarz Fight Results


Results, KO Highlights, Analysis, And Twitter Reaction: Tyson Fury vs. Tom Schwarz

Tyson Fury vs Schwarz : On Saturday night in Las Vegas, Tyson Fury delivered exactly what was expected of him.

He overpowered Tom Schwarz and won by technical knockout in the second round.

Schwarz entered the fight as a huge underdog, and he looked like it for virtually the entire fight. Here’s how the fight in Sin City ended.

The boxing community reacted to Fury’s victory in the following way.

During the battle, Fury made Schwarz look like a novice. While chopping away at the 25-year-old, he delivered jabs to the face and gut at will and kept a safe gap between himself and him.

Fury came out in the southpaw posture in the second round, and Schwarz looked as if he’d seen a ghost.

Fury sensed his trepidation and responded by increasing his aggression properly.

He smacked Schwarz in the face with a sweeping left hook that may have broken his nose, just moments after making him look foolish with this display of defensive wizardry:

As the round progressed, Schwarz began to take harder punches, and his wounded nose appeared to be affecting him.

Fury was knocked down against the ropes, but Schwarz was able to get back to his feet.

Fury was clearly ready for the battle to end as he pounced on Schwarz in the corner and caused referee Kenny Bayless to stop the fight as he beat on his suddenly helpless rival.

Fury delivered a masterclass performance that gave substance to the style he displayed before and after the bout.

Fury used Apollo Creed’s “Living in America” theme for his entrance, which received a standing ovation from the audience.

He serenaded his wife with Aerosmith’s “Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” as his final act.

If you think that’s corny, you’re probably right, but let me tell you something…

At the MGM Grand, Fury had a large number of his admirers singing along with him.

He’s a true showman who also knows how to box. The rematch between him and Deontay Wilder will be a massive spectacle.

Fury’s opponent didn’t pose as much of a threat as Dominic Breazeale did to Wilder, and it wasn’t even close to the battle Anthony Joshua had when he lost to Andy Ruiz two weeks ago.

Fury, on the other hand, achieved his objective. He came to America, won, and put on quite a show while doing so.

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