Tyson Fury took less than two rounds to stop Tom Schwarz on his Las Vegas debut at the MGM Grand on Saturday night.
The fight was Fury's first since the draw with Deontay Wilder in December.
Shortly before he finished off the German, Fury showed off some incredible head movement while on the ropes, dodging several consecutive punches from the 25-year-old.
Tyson Fury goddamn 😍 https://t.co/VqfQlx9yvU
— mo (@moszn__) June 16, 2019
Moments later, Fury had Schwarz on one knee facing a count. The fight did briefly continue before the referee stepped in with just seconds remaining in the round.
"The key tonight was to enjoy myself," Fury said after the fight.
"I used the jab, I was slipping and sliding, hands down, I switched up to southpaw and caught him with a straight left. It was a good shot, it would have put anybody away.
"I haven't had three years out of the ring this time. This time, I had a few months out of the ring and I'm back. The Mac is back, the lineal champion - bring them all on!"
"We have got either September 21st or October 5th [for my next fight in New York]. Then, next year, we are going to hunt down Deontay Wilder and make him give me that green belt."