Tyson Fury Reaction To Tom Schwarz Victory A Class Act

Ultimately in sport there has to be a winner and a loser.

Yes, draws can occur for the nitpickers out there.

But in the end — a true winner is always found in a rematch or replay.

Whatever sport you’re dealing with.

Boxing is perhaps the most bitter sweet of them all for its respective participants in this regard.

Two men isolate themselves for months on end in training camp, toiling day after day, week after week, month after month and year after year.

All for that one moment where life can be made fair in the chamber of truth.

The ring.

In the case of German Tom Schwarz it had all lead up to the biggest fight of his life against lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

One single moment to test himself at the highest level of his chosen profession in the ultimate proving ground.

In the end it was a step too far for him.

How the victor Fury reacted with humility in the win said a lot afterwards.

Here’s the moment he went into the team Schwarz locker room after the bout was finished:

(Hat tip BT Sport – Tyson Fury reaction to Tom Schwarz TKO)

You can tell a lot about someone in how the react to defeat but also by how humble they are in victory.

Perhaps how people react to anything in life is what more often than not defines them over a lifetime.

Ultimately, being a good winner is just as important as being a good loser.

Although Fury has not lost in the ring as a professional he knows plenty about loss in life.

The above reaction showed a more mature and measured side to the Manchester technician.

His comeback continues to gather steam since his hiatus from the sport a couple of years back at this point.

There are zero signs of the Fury momentum train slowing down at present.

His closest rival (WBC Champion) Deontay Wilder no doubt was looking on with interest this weekend.

As was new IBF, WBA and WBO champion Andy Ruiz Jr.

It’s all to play for in the heavyweight division once again. It really is.

Boxing is now well and truly back in the mainstream media.

And it’s only just getting started.