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Tyson Feary destroys Tom Schwarz in Two Circles



By Keith Idec

LAS VEGAS – Tom Schwarz eating Snickers bar on Friday for his fight against Tyson Fury.

The conclusion was that the unknown Fury's opponent was ready to repeat Andy Rousse Jr.. The unlikely feat is that on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Fury breaks down. Instead, the surpassed German has some rights and left Fury, and the British Briton has stopped him in the second round.

Fury Fury with a 6-foot stroke, 263 fell, Schwarz knocked down at the end of the second round. Schwartz stood up, but Peary interrupted him before the end of the second round.

Referee Kenny Beaulieu came in to save a bloodthirsty, defensive Schwarz at 2:54 from the second round.

The 30-year-old, graciously favored Fury raised his record to 28-0-1

and produced his 20 th knockout. 25-year-old Schwarz lost for the first time as a professional (24-1, 16 knockouts).

"The key for tonight was to enjoy," Fury told the ring. – I used a stroke. I slipped, slid, lowered my arms, switched to the south, caught it to the left. And that was a good shot. That would repel anyone. I put an extra 12 pounds. Really, I really feel it, you know? This time I do not have three years from the ring. This time I had a few months out of the ring. I'm back, the return of Mac. Mac is back. "

Fury said after a knockout victory that he plans to return to the ring on September 21 or October 5. He did not mention a potential opponent. The struggle on Saturday night did not even look like Ruiz's stunning frustration of the unconquerable Anthony Joshua before two weeks earlier in Madison Square Garden. The Englishman Joshua (22-1, 21 knockout) was a 25-1 favorite over Ruiz, but Ruiz (33-1, 22 knockout) survived the third round's knockout, dropped Joshua four times, and stopped him in the seventh round to get one of the biggest disruptions in the history of boxing.

Fury came out as a favorite Saturday 12-1 in the MGM Grand sports book. Schwartz was unbeaten before boxing, but he was not in a category, not to mention the best fighter in the division. December 1 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles

The former IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO champion was on rematch with Wilder on May 18 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Fury instead signed an agreement to fight Bob Arum's top-ranking multi-fight battle and ESPN, which is winning over Schwarz on ESPN +, the data transmission service on the net.

If Fury wins his next battle on September 21 or October 5, he says: he will pursue a long-awaited rematch with Wilder (41-01, 40 knockouts).

The 6-foot-5-pound, 235-kilogram strike struck Fury in the first round, but failed to catch an elusive former champion clean. Schwartz shot a huge right hand, but he missed about 30 seconds to go into the first round.

Fury started the second round in the position of the south. He pulled out the top of it, and later sharked Schwarz with a right hook.

Schwartz managed to get out of a neutral corner, but Fury hit him with another left over, and blood came out of Schwartz's nose.

A left-right combination of Fury sent Schwarz to one knee with 38 seconds remaining in the second round. Schwartz got up, but Feary followed him to a neutral corner and unloaded a blow of power. he took part in his debut in Las Vegas.

"You know what?" Fury said. "I came here to have fun, to have fun, to present a show for Las Vegas. And I hope everyone liked it as much as I did. Keith Edeck is a senior writer / columnist at BoxingScene.com. Next to it can be reached at Twitter @Idecboxing.


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