Schwarz will have a hard time against Fury because he is 6 feet 9 inches tall but moves like a featherweight in the ring. I get millions of messages from all over the world, people constantly talking about my problem.
"Against Wilder I was 17st 12lbs; today I'm 18st 12lbs. I've put on a stone of muscle in all of the right places".
In the wild aftermath of Andy Ruiz Jr.'s June 1 knockout of unified champion Anthony Joshua that turned the division upside down, one could argue the most prestigious title that any heavyweight now holds is still the lineal championship adorned to Tyson Fury's name.
Moving forward, Ruiz and Joshua will likely have an immediate rematch later this year, but the fact remains that Joshua's loss has had a major impact on not only the Heavyweight division, but on the sport of boxing as a whole.
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Concerns persisted that the rounded abilities he traditionally favours over power and strength meant he would win without the sense of drama generated against Wilder and instead effortlessly out-jab Schwarz in the same way he once did Dereck Chisora, but he instead fought to make a statement and succeeded in doing exactly that.
Sixteen of Schwarz's twenty-four victories have come by way of knockout/TKO. This was one of the greatest shows I've ever seen and not just because of the boxing. "This is a great time in the heavyweight division, and I am happy to be part of it".
"Now that he's in shape, he can knock out every heavyweight in the world. The best feeling I got from it was the two best conditioned fighters in the last 20 years have been [Wladimir] Klitschko and Joshua and they both got done by two fat men". At a staredown he can behave how he wants.
If Fury was able to snake charm such an experienced technician as Klitschko and such a risky slugger as Wilder with his daring style, it's hard to imagine the plodding Schwarz catching up with him. He needs to be the best Tyson Fury possible.
Fury isn't noted as a puncher, but he jumped on Schwarz and pinned him in the corner.
"I watched thinking I could be the next person to do this".