Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury wins on boxing comeback

Tyson Fury wins comeback after opponent is retired

Tyson Fury beats Sefer Seferi in comeback fight

A famous win over Wladimir Klitschko in Germany to claim the WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight world titles turned out to be Fury's last for more than two years after a battle with depression that saw him vacate the belts and even use cocaine as a coping mechanism.

"I'm going to have a world title by the end of the year - that's a promise".

"I felt fantastic, it was like having my debut again", Fury told BT Sport after the fight.

"We took Seferi, who had a good record and a tough chin and he took me a few rounds".

"I was saving it for round five, because I said I would knock him out in round five".

"I opted for a bigger opponent but we couldn't really get anybody, there was nobody available".

Warren plans to keep Fury busy but has no idea yet who he will face in his next fight at Windsor Park in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on August 18.

Fury spent the first round clowning around
Fury spent the first round clowning around

According to the BBC, Frank Warren, promoter to both Fury and Frampton, confirmed that the heavyweight would appear on the Belfast card as he continues his comeback. That's where he'll be.

"As you can see he's still got a bit of weight to lose, you can see he needs the rounds and we just have to step up the opponents each time".

"I think it will be three or four fights before (Fury is competing in 12-round, competitive bouts.) The name of the game now is finding opponents, getting in there and keep getting that rust out of his system".

Seferi showed some ambition in the third but Fury picked him off with his long arms and heavy blows in the fourth. "In the meantime we have to get Tyson more competitive fights".

After four rounds in which Fury grinned and gloated - at one point earning a stern telling-off from referee Phil Edwards for his showboating - Seferi, who had barely thrown a punch in anger, declared he had had enough.

The difference in weight between the fury and the Sefer was nearly 30 kg, whereas the difference in height - 26 cm in such hands equal match could not be, but as it turned out, the Manchester Boxing was not at all.

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