Tyson fury got a odd victory after returning to the ring

Tyson fury got a odd victory after returning to the ring

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

Tyson Fury's next fight will be on August 18th on the undercard of Carl Frampton's Belfast homecoming.

The contest at times resembled a pantomine with Fury gurning and throwing his arms into the air through much of the opening round.

But Fury was disappointed by the attitude of 39-year-old Seferi, who was giving away more than 50lb and almost a foot of height difference on the night.

Fury said he would be "straight back in the gym on Monday", while promoter Frank Warren claimed the Wythenshawe-born fighter would "absolutely" be prepared fight Tony Bellew - who has twice conquered David Haye - this year before setting his sights on the likes of Anthony Joshua. It's been a long time out of the ring and I needed to get some rounds in.

While Warren questioned whether Seferi could have a portion of his purse withheld for his feeble effort, Fury shrugged off the unsatisfactory ending, insisting he had enjoyed every minute of his ring return.

Fury was eventually told off for showboating and joking by referee Phil Edwards, and he then began to get into his rhythm, landing heavy shots in the fourth round.

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It was not always pretty from Fury, but it allowed the 6ft 9in Englishman to shed some of the ring rust before moving on to harder tests.

Seferi did a good job of surviving, and Fury struggled to lay a glove on him in the second round.

An early right hand over the top from Seferi drew a smile from Fury, who spent much of the opener playing to the crowd rather than throwing any punches.

Charr holds the WBA "regular" belt, a secondary world title, and beat Seferi on points in September 2016.

After the fight, Fury was just glad to be back in the ring.

As he targets a return to the big-time he briefly left after dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, Fury will surely have no more nights quite so farcical as his triumph over Seferi and Belfast fans will be hoping for better in August.

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