- Tyson Fury beats challenger Tom Schwarz in 2nd round of their heavyweight bout on Sunday
- The Briton remains unbeaten having recorded his 28th victory out of 29 fights
- Fury, 30, has set his sight on his rematch with Deontay Wilder sometime next year
British boxer Tyson Fury maintains his unbeaten status following his impressive victory over challenger Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas in the early hours of Sunday, June 14.
The 30-year-old former WBA and WBO champion sealed his 28th victory of his career with a knockout in the second round of the fight.
Fury staged his entry into the MGM Grand Arena wearing the united States robe, short and a hat to thrill the Amrican fans.
And it only took the Briton one and a half rounds to finish off the German pugilist on his Las Vegas debut according to SunSport.
However, the 30-year-old after the victory told his new US fan base he will return for another tune up fight in New York by the end of summer ahead of his rematch Deontay Wilder next year.
He said: "I came here to have fun, enjoy it, put on a show for Las Vegas. I hope that everyone enjoyed it as much as I did.
"We're going to have another fight in New York and then we're going to hunt down Deontay Wilder!"
Fury also appreciated the fans saying: "Thank you America and God bless you all! The key tonight was to enjoy myself. I switched up to southpaw, caught him with a straight left. It would have put anyone away. I've put on 12 pounds. But the lineal champion is back. Bring them all on!”
It would be recalled that the only draw Fury has recorded since he ventured into the heavyweight boxing was against Deontay Wilder last December.
Legit.ng earlier reported that WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has refused fighting Anthony Joshua despite his readiness to battle the Bronze Bomber in a unification fight.
UK Metro citing FightHype report that the Briton, who currently holds three of the four major championships belts-IBF, WBA, and WBO titles was booed by fans at London’s 02 Arena, moments after Dillian Whyte knocked out Dereck Chisora that he was looking forward to face either Wilder or Fury not Whyte.
Reacting after learning about the fans uproar against AJ, the WBC belt holder Wilder, who earned a split-draw decision against Fury early December, took to laughter before declaring his preference to hand Fury a rematch first before thing about AJ.
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