"We saw a British fighter travel to America a couple of weeks ago and he didn't look like he wanted to be in there", Fury said. "The key was to enjoy myself - I used the jab". I was slipping [punches] with my hands down and sliding and shifted to southpaw, and I caught him with a straight left.
"What's next? [Co-promoter] Bob [Arum] will tell you that we have got either September 21 or October 5 and then next year we are going to hold down Deontay Wilder and make him give me that green belt", Fury said.
And after the bout, Fury showed off his decent singing voice in what's becoming a post-fight tradition, giving promoters and fans a glimpse of what he brings to the table inside and outside the ring. It was a good shot.
December's thrilling and controversial draw between Fury and America's Wilder has made a rematch one of the most sought-after fights in the world, but Fury since signing to work with U.S. promoters Top Rank and on ESPN further complicates the political landscape that exists between them.
Fury impressively and efficiently did what he had to do in his fourth fight in 12 months since returning from an exile of over two-and-a-half years. "It would have put anybody away". He entertained in Las Vegas, and delivered a good finish.
Fury was consoling his opponent Tom Schwartz, who had just suffered his first professional defeat after the referee jumped in between the two men to call an end to the bout in the second round.
What really got people talking though was Fury's entrance. The Briton sent a snaking right hand through the guard of Schwarz to drop the German to his knees.
The 6-foot-5 Schwarz is highly ranked by the WBO, but he had never fought outside his native Germany or the Czech Republic before Fury's camp picked him for this showcase bout. Now that he's in shape, he can knock out every heavyweight in the world.
"If Wilder and Fury fight each other next February or March, that is prime v prime and that, at the top of the heavyweight cannon, is one of the rarest things in boxing".
But Fury told the German that he didn't need to say sorry and commended him for "not quitting" - the Mancunian even offered to train with Schwartz in the future.