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Tyson Fury returns to the ring tonight in Las Vegas, and you can follow all the action right here.
The British star takes on Tom Schwarz at the MGM Grand in his first appearance since his cracking draw with Deontay Wilder.
Follow all the action right here with our live blog below.
Round 2: FURY WINS! Stunning punch to put Schwarz on the floor and it didn't last much longer after that. Referee Bayless stopped it just before the second round ended and the German taking a beating on the ropes. Punch-perfect performance and a strong statement from Fury.
Round 1: Schwarz came straight out on the front foot early on but struggled to get near Fury. The Brit boxed well off the back foot and looked slick in landing his combinations.
04.59am: Right then, here we go. After some long introductions, and Fury's amazing Apollo Creed entrance, we're ready to go in Las Vegas.
04.55am: And Fury is on his way now, too. 'Freed from Desire' is his music of choice, and the crowd are loving it. He looks relaxed in his black robe as he strolls to the ring.
04.52am: Finally, here comes Schwarz, with a bit of Bob Marley music to accompany him to the ring.
04.41am: National anthem time... the fighters aren't in the ring yet. Been quite a delay and not really sure why.
04.28am: A final few words and prayers in the dressing room and Tyson Fury is ready to go. Main event coming up in just a few seconds now, well done if you've made it through the night, there'slight at the end of the tunnel and through the window now.
03.38am: We're almost there, it's nearly Tyson time. Barrera and Hart are in the ring now for the chief support.
03.21am: Gordon Ramsey is in the house, saying hello to Fury just an hour or so away from the main event.
. @GordonRamsay has stopped by the Fury dressing room ahead of the fight pic.twitter.com/hnQ31f2xpp
- Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) June 16, 2019
03.03am: Not much to sing home about in this fight, it hasn't really sparked into like as we head into the seventh round.
2.34am: Bell One of two chief support events up next with Lizbeth Crespo up against Mikaela Mayer in a women's super featherweight clash. We saw some shots of Fury and Schwarz backstage just a minute ago. The Brit was pacing up and down and bouncing on the spot, eagerly, while his opponent looked as cool as a cucumber and even let our a yawn.
2.34am: Bell gets the decision, by a comfortable four-point margin and he celebrates like it's really meant something to him. He was the better fighter and Vences will have to go back to the drawing board having been lined up for a world title shot if he came through this.
2.15am: This fight just came to life in the seventh round with some excellent right hands from Bell that rocked Vences. The quality work is definitely coming from Bell, but Vences is the aggressor and that may have impressed the judges so far.
1.55am: In the ring right now we have a super featherweight clash between two unbeaten fighters - Andy Vences and Albert Bell.
A real clash of styles with Vences on the front foot and hunting his man down, but Bell staying on the back foot and trying to counter.
1.39am: Isaac Lowe has just won this fight on points. It was nowhere near as eventful as the weigh-in. Pretty convincing victory for the Englishman, though. A good performance.
Up first on the televised #FurySchwarz card is Isaac Lowe v Duarn Vue :punch:
Thing got a little heated at yesterday's weigh-ins :flushed: pic.twitter.com/ZdNgJYMXZc
- Boxing on BT Sport (@BTSportBoxing) June 15, 2019
1.29am: We're not expecting too many problems for Tyson Fury tonight against Tom Schwarz, but then we weren't a fortnight ago for Anthony Joshua either. The German Schwarz has won all 24 of his professional bouts to date, but this will be his first fight outside Europe and a major step up in class.
1.06am: So just a reminder we're expecting Tyson Fury in the ring not before 4am UK time tonight at the MGM Grand. Undercard action is already underway at the MGM Grand.
12.58am: Hello all and welcome to our coverage of Tyson Fury's clash with Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas tonight.
The 'Gypsy King' is back in action seven months after his epic clash with Deontay Wilder. And how has the landscape of the heavyweight division changed recently with Anthony Joshua's shock defeat by Andy Ruiz Jr?
I'll be here all night to see how Fury gets on, so stay with me, go and get a coffee - it could be a late one!
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