Tyson Fury has promised that his next opponent will be better than Sefer Seferi who only lasted four rounds of Saturday's bout in Manchester.
Fury was boxing for the first time since he beat Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 to win the WBA, IBF and WBO world titles.
Since then Fury's weight ballooned, he suffered from depression and lost his boxing licence, but he insists he enjoyed his return to the ring and is determined to take his career seriously from now on.
Seferi's camp brought an end to the bout after four rounds but Fury looked overweight and rusty during the fight.
He will return to the ring on 18th August in Belfast against an as yet unnamed opponent, but said after Saturday's fight: "I'll be better next time. I'll have more rounds and fight a better opponent.
"I learned two-and-a-half years is a long time to be out. I'll take my career very seriously this time and enjoy every moment."
Fury is unbeaten in his 26 fights and is keen to face either WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder or IBF, WBA and WBO title holder Anthony Joshua in the future.
Fury is 5/4 to win any future bout against Joshua, who would be 8/13 to triumph.
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