Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz start time: What time does fight start?

Brenda Watkins
June 16, 2019

With the microphone in his boxing glove, Fury serenaded his wife, Paris, with Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing". Fury charmed everyone all week and then grabbed the mic and was singing in the ring after the bout.

From the first bell, Fury was in full control.

Switching to a southpaw stance to start the second, Fury wobbled Schwarz with an uppercut.

Fury was one of the heavyweight fighters who was deadset on a match with Joshua but after his historic loss, it seems as though Fury is much more interested in a rematch with Wilder.

Fury had perhaps re-established himself as the world's leading heavyweight with December's thrilling draw against the American, when his performance deserved victory, and his reputation grew to such an extent he signed a lucrative contract to fight on ESPN out of the United States against an unremarkable opponent. "{Top Rank is} the greatest promotional company in the world".

But unbeaten Fury, who shed around 10 stone (64 kilograms) in a bid to re-establish himself in the heavyweight division after a battle with mental health and drugs issues, said body shape was no indicator of success. "I used the jab, I was slipping and sliding".

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British heavyweight Tyson Fury made quick work of German Tom Schwarz on Saturday as he danced and jabbed his way to a dominant second round TKO before finishing his evening in Las Vegas with a song. "It was a good shot, it would have put anybody away". The two are now expected to rematch early next year in what will be one of the most anticipated Heavyweight fights in years. He dropped Schwarz with a right hand, and though Schwarz popped up quickly, it was clear the end was near.

The Halle native, who went off as a 12-1 underdog in only his third fight outside Germany, was somehow ranked No 2 by the World Boxing Association despite a resume thin on recognizable names.

And he believes being stopped by German outsider Schwarz would be a bigger shock than Anthony Joshua surrendering his three world crowns to tubby Andy Ruiz Jr. 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.

The 30-year-old headlines at the revered MGM Grand tonight, his first outing since meeting WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in December last year when they fought to a thrilling draw.

"What's next? Next year we're going to hunt down Deontay Wilder for that green belt", Fury said.

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