Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz Fight Live Stream & TV Channel Boxing 2019 Full HD
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Obviously, This Saturday is another Heavyweight fight when Tyson Fury (27-0-1; 19 KO) faces Tom Schwarz (24-0; 16 KO).
And Very little is known about the 25-year-old Schwarz, which could make him a dangerous opponent for Fury
arguably boxing’s biggest draw after his incredible comeback from years outside the sport fighting personal demons.
His unusually fast hands and head movement, combined with his impressive boxing intelligence
make him a tricky opponent for anyone, including ‘The Bronze Bomber’ Deontay Wilder, who he recently drew against.
That said, Schwarz has admitted that he must knock Fury out to have any chance of beating the lineal heavyweight champion, so it should be an entertaining watch either way.
Third time recently we’ve seen one of the big three Heavyweights in action. Deontay Wilder is WBC champion. Andy Ruiz is the WBA/IBF/WBO champion.
Fury holds no actual title. But he is the lineal champ – the man who beat Wladimir Klitschko and has not lost since.
In this era of multiple champs, in my view, that makes him THE champ.
You might disagree. But he’s beaten the best, and no one has beaten him since. Ring Magazine now ranks him #1 in the division FWIW.
Fury coming off the mat in round 12 against Wilder in December is the stuff legends are made of.
When that bomb landed and Fury dropped down dead, everyone knew the fight was over – Fury had been KO’d.
Everyone except Tyson Fury. He got up, showing both a chin and a willpower precious few have. It’s hard to envision anyone stopping him if that didn’t.
Definitely On paper, Fury and Schwarz have very similar records, but there was a chasm between their quality of opposition even before Fury defeated Klitschko.
Comparing to Ruiz, he went in to the Joshua fight having gone the distance against Joseph Parker. Schwarz has defeated
Schwarz has fought only once outside of Germany before, and that was in the nearby Prague.
Of course He’s crossing the seas here, and also getting exposed to the international lights for the first time
Actually Tyson Fury remains undefeated, though, and is a big favourite to see off his six-foot-six tall German challenger at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.