LAS VEGAS – Former world champion in three prestigious versions in the heavyweight division, British Tyson Fury won the first match after a draw with American Deontey Wilder. In a 12-round rating match held in Las Vegas, he beat German Tom Schwartz with a technical knockout in the second round.

Fury first entered the ring after his fight with Wilder for the World Boxing Council (WBC) world champion title in December 2018 ended in a draw. The American in that match retained the belt. Now in the track record of 30-year-old fury – 28 wins (20 knockouts), one draw.

The British held the fourth match after returning to the ring 2.5 years later. He returned to the ring in June last year, defeating Albanian Sefer Seferi technical knockout in the fourth round, and in August won the Italian Francesco Pianeta points.

Fury became the first boxer in 11 years, defeated Ukrainian Vladimir Klitschko – in November 2015 in a 12-round battle in Germany, he won the points by unanimous decision of the judges and won the title of world champion in the versions of the International Boxing Federation (IBF), the World Boxing Association (WBA) and the World Boxing Organization (WBO). The British missed 2.5 years due to health problems and drugs.

25-year-old Schwartz suffered his first defeat in his career with 24 victories (16 knockouts).