Watch as Tyson Fury’s brother secures second-round knockout victory with devastating four-punch combination over opponent
Tommy Fury extended his unbeaten professional record to 4-0 with a devastating second-round knockout win against Genadij Krajevskij on Friday night.
The brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury made light work of the Lithuanian who struggled to deal with the 21-year-old’s sheer power and presence in the ring.
Fury, who appeared on last year’s Love Island, didn’t appear to cause any real damage to his opponent in the first round, but it was an altogether different case thereafter.
The ‘Baltic Bomber’ was sent to the deck in brutal fashion following a brilliant right uppercut from Fury, from which there was simply no way back from.
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Krajevskij required medical attention after the bell and was given oxygen, before eventually getting back to his feet.
“At the end of the day I just needed to ease into it as I’ve been out of it a year,” Fury said following the fight.
“I started putting shots together and felt comfortable. I’ve had no amateur experience and I’m learning on the job.
“It’s a long road, but we are going to get there.”
Fury also admitted that he needs to get back in the ring as soon as possible following a year-long hiatus.
He added: “I just need more of it and that is the simple answer. I would fight every couple of weeks if I could.”