Dillian Whyte has trashed Tyson Fury's defense of his lineal heavyweight title.
On Saturday night in Las Vegas, Fury secured an impressive win over Tom Schwarz.
In his first fight since his draw with Deontay Wilder in December, Fury needed just two rounds to stop Schwarz (24-1) at the MGM Grand.
After setting up his win in the first round, Fury claimed a TKO victory in the second, improving his record to 28-0-1 and retaining his crown.
Fury was stealing the show before the fight started, recreating Apollo Creed's 'Living in America' entrance and that would be just the beginning of an all-round performance.
He started the fight well, landing multiple jabs in a dominant first round before taking complete control in the second.
After producing some wonderful movement to avoid multiple punches from Schwarz, Fury completed the job.
With Schwarz's nose already bleeding, Fury landed a flurry of blows on the ropes to knock the German down.
While Schwarz was able to resume, the fight was over soon after, stopped after Fury continued to attack in the corner.
There was even more to come from Fury, who belted out part of Aerosmith's 'I Don't Want to Miss a Thing' in the ring after his win.
Even before the contest took place, Whyte was a big critic of the fight and told reporters that Fury ran from him in order to face someone like Schwarz.
"Can’t believe I stayed [up] to watch that joke of a fight. Tyson Fury should be ashamed of himself, running away from me and fighting these chumps. My mother would of knocked out Tom the bum in a round. Gypsy bum, bum city," stated Whyte.