Tyson Fury's return to boxing after a 32‑months absence ended in a farcical fashion when opponent Sefer Seferi was pulled out of the contest after four rounds at the Manchester Arena.
After a fight in the crowd caused a distraction, the Briton ‑ who was warned for playing up to the crowd in the second round ‑ began to punch with more menace.
That was as intense as it got, and when Seferi's camp brought an end to the bout, some fans threw objects from the stands.
Fury says it felt "fantastic" to be back after battling depression, losing his boxing licence and facing a period of ineligibility while a UK Anti‑Doping investigation played out.
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