Tyson Fury’s ruthless display to defeat Tom Schwarz suggests “we might just get a golden heavyweight period” in boxing, says BBC Radio 5 Live’s Steve Bunce.
Briton Fury, 30, stopped previously undefeated heavyweight Schwarz in the second round in Las Vegas on Saturday.
Fury said he “aimed to do more of those performances” and declared he would beat Deontay Wilder in a world title rematch that looks set for next year.
A heavyweight “golden era” looked in doubt when they signed rival TV deals.
But with Fury’s rematch with Wilder now looking likely to take place, an historic period for the sport could be back on the cards once more.
“I think we’re going to get two or three fights over the next two or three years,” Bunce said. “We might just get our golden heavyweight period.”
The fight with 25-year-old Schwarz was Fury’s first outing since his draw with WBC heavyweight champion Wilder in Los Angeles in December.
Fury dropped the German to the floor after backing him into the ropes in the second round, before Schwarz’s corner threw in the towel.
Speaking on 5 Live’s boxing podcast, Bunce said: “I think this is what, going forward, we’re going to see.
He said Fury “might start believing and dreaming about those…