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SportTyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round

12:30  16 june  2019
12:30  16 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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, Tyson Fury , left, punches Tom Schwarz during a heavyweight fight at MGM Grand Garden Arena on June 15, 2019 in Las Vegas. Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) made short work of his previously unbeaten German opponent, battering him with a jab before knocking him down to a knee in the second round

Tyson Fury , of England, celebrates after defeating Tom Schwarz , of Germany, in a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. The British heavyweight star stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, packing plenty of entertainment

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, celebrates after defeating Tom Schwarz, of Germany, during a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) Tyson Fury put on a show before, during and after his first bout in the fight capital of the world.

The British heavyweight star stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, packing plenty of entertainment into his brief Las Vegas debut.

Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) made short work of his previously unbeaten German opponent, battering him with a jab before knocking him down to a knee in the second round right after Schwarz (24-1) landed a big punch.

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British heavyweight Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night to remain unbeaten . Fighting for the first time since he dramatically rose from a devastating 12th- round knockdown to secure a draw with Deontay Wilder, Fury confirmed his

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tyson Fury put on a show before, during and after his first bout in the fight capital of the world. The British heavyweight star stopped

Fury pressed ahead after the knockdown and forced Schwarz's corner to throw in the towel before the bell.

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, right, and Tom Schwarz, of Germany, fight during a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) Fighting for the first time since he dramatically rose from a devastating 12th-round knockdown to secure a draw with Deontay Wilder, Fury confirmed his world-class ability following his comeback last year from a 2 1/2-year ring absence.

"I came here to enjoy myself and put on a show for Las Vegas," Fury said. "I hope everybody enjoyed it as much as I did."

Although Fury already had memorable fights in New York and Los Angeles, the Manchester native wanted something special in Sin City, which he once vowed never to visit before he got a fight here.

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Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, with the British heavyweight star remaining unbeaten and putting on a show in his Las Vegas Tyson Fury , right, hits Tom Schwarz , left, during a heavyweight boxing match in Las Vegas. (John Locher/AP).

The British heavyweight star stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, packing plenty of entertainment into his brief Las Vegas debut. Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) made short work of his previously unbeaten German opponent, battering him with a jab before

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, right, dodges a punch by Tom Schwarz, of Germany, during a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) The performance by the world's lineal heavyweight champion against an overmatched foe was just as dominant as expected, but Fury's shenanigans before and after the bout at the MGM Grand Garden might prove to be even more memorable.

After Schwarz ring-walked to the mellow strains of Bob Marley, Fury appeared in red-white-and-blue gear — including a top hat — as he stepped through a cordon of showgirls.

With a broad grin, he took the ring to James Brown's "Living in America," the entire entrance in homage to Apollo Creed's famed fictional entrance at the MGM Grand in "Rocky IV."

Unlike Creed, Fury survived and won.

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, hits Tom Schwarz, of Germany, during a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) And after the bout, Fury showed off his decent singing voice in what's becoming a post-fight tradition. With the microphone in his boxing glove, Fury serenaded his wife, Paris, with Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing."

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, with the British heavyweight star remaining unbeaten and putting on a show in his Las Vegas debut. Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) made short work of his previously unbeaten German opponent

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, with the British heavyweight star remaining unbeaten and putting on a show in his Las Vegas debut.

The first fight of the 30-year-old Fury's lucrative new co-promotional deal with Top Rank was intended to introduce his violent skills and loquacious character to ESPN's large audience, and he did both — however briefly.

"The key tonight was to enjoy myself," Fury said. "I used the jab. I was slipping and sliding. I caught him with the straight left. It was a good shot. It could put anybody away. I put on an extra 12 pounds, and I could really feel (the power)."

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, celebrates after defeating Tom Schwarz, of Germany, in a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) After dominating the first round with his jab, Fury switched to a southpaw stance late in the second round, and Schwarz caught him with a shot.

Fury got mad, battering Schwarz with a combination and dropping him to a knee with a huge right hand to the head.

Schwarz got up with a badly bloodied face, and Fury teed off, peppering his turtling opponent with big shots.

Referee Kenny Bayless stopped it at roughly the same moment Schwarz's corner threw the white towel into the ring.

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Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, with the British heavyweight star remaining unbeaten and Fighting for the first time since he dramatically rose from a devastating 12th- round knockdown to secure a draw with Deontay Wilder, Fury confirmed his

Tyson Fury put on a show before, during and after his first bout in the fight capital of the world. The British heavyweight star stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, packing plenty of entertainment into his brief Las Vegas debut.

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, enters the arena before a heavyweight boxing match against Tom Schwarz, of Germany, Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) The 6-foot-5 Schwarz is highly ranked by the WBO, but he had never fought outside his native Germany or the Czech Republic before Fury's camp picked him for this showcase bout.

Schwarz was aware that just two weeks ago, Anthony Joshua was stopped by Andy Ruiz Jr. at Madison Square Garden in one of the biggest upsets in recent boxing history.

Schwarz never appeared to have a chance of pulling a similar upset — not with the 6-foot-9 Fury towering over him and fighting in crisp form.

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, celebrates after defeating Tom Schwarz, of Germany, in a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) Fury said he plans to fight again on Sept. 21 or Oct. 5, "and next year, we're going to hold down Deontay Wilder and make him give me that green (WBC championship) belt."

Top Rank boss Bob Arum predicts Fury's next bout will be Oct. 5 in New York.

"There is no heavyweight in the world that can beat him, now that he is in shape," Arum said. "Deontay Wilder is not going five rounds with him. We will have another fight (on Oct. 5), then we will fight Wilder."

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The British heavyweight star stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, packing plenty of entertainment into his brief Las Vegas debut. Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) made short work of his previously unbeaten German opponent, battering him with a jab before

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tyson Fury put on a show before, during and after his first bout in the fight capital of the world. The British heavyweight star stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, packing plenty of entertainment into his brief Las Vegas debut.

Fury improved to 3-0-1 since returning from a 2 1/2-year ring absence while he battled substance abuse, depression, enormous weight gain and suicidal thoughts.

Fury's life fell apart after he won multiple title belts with his stunning victory over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, but he has put it back together with bigger goals in mind.

Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round© The Associated Press Tyson Fury, of England, poses for photographers after defeating Tom Schwarz, of Germany, during a heavyweight boxing match Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher) 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.

Although Fury had to relinquish his titles during his ring absence, he is still the heavyweight division's lineal champion as the man who beat Klitschko.

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