Tyson Fury Vs. Results of Tom Schwarz's fight: 'Gypsy King' dismantles the opponent for a quick victory by TKO

He came, he sang and he won. Tyson Fury made a great show on his debut in Las Vegas.

The heavyweight linear champion, in his first fight under a $ 100 million co-promotion deal with Top Rank and ESPN, did Tom Schwarz's quick work for the second-round TKO on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Subsequently, Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) accompanied his wife Paris into the ring with an a cappella version of "I Do Not Want To Miss A Thing" by Aerosmith.

It is possible that the level of competition has not been similar to that of his elite heavy mates, but Fury, 30, made sure to entertain every step of the way, including a walk on the ring that saw him in the outfit. red, white and blue by Don Apollo Creed from "Rocky IV" complete with showgirls and James Brown "Living in America".

"Thank you, America and may God bless you all!" He said fury "Tonight's key was to have fun."

The most important thing is that Fury managed his business inside the ring with spectacular precision dodging blows at will and countering with heavy punches that bloodied the nose of Schwarz (27-1-1, 19 KOs), a native of Germany who was making his debut in the United States.

Furia changed to a lefty in Round 2 and really started to sit on his punches. A left uppercut stunned Schwarz and allowed Fury to come out of the corner before connecting with a hard hook to the body. Seconds later, Fury knocked down Schwarz with a two-hit combo on the ropes.

He followed a series of punches when Schwarz covered himself in the corner and refused to pitch, forcing referee Kenny Bayless to stop the fight with six seconds left in the round.

"I used the jab and it was sliding and sliding, hands down," said Fury. "I changed left-handed and caught him with a straight line to the left and it was a good blow that would have scared away anyone, I put in 12 extra pounds and I'm really sorry, I have not had a full year." "Out of the ring this time, I had a few months and I'm back, the Mack is back, the Mack is back, the linear champion."

Fury, who previously struggled with weight problems, mental health and substance abuse that forced him to abandon the trio of world titles he won by defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, was quick and combined speed, power and spectacularity so he could not during a couple of combats to open 2018.

Last December, Fury faced the undefeated WBC champion, Deontay Wilder, and managed a split tie in contention despite having been lifted off the canvas twice. The two fighters have an agreement for a rematch in the spring of 2020, as long as both win interim fights to close the year.

"What's next? [Co-promoter] Bob [Arum] will tell you we have September 21 or October 5 and next year we're going to pressure Deontay Wilder to give me that green belt." He said fury

Fury surpassed Schwarz, 45 to 6, according to CompuBox and connected 47 percent of his power shots. The Englishman of 6 feet 9 feet also closed the show by connecting 31 of 95 shots in Round 2.