Hughie Fury destroys Chris Norrad in two rounds

Former world title challenger Hughie Fury (22-2, 12 KOs) had no issues with demolishing previously undefeated Chris Norrad (17-1, 8 KOs) in two rounds.

It was the first bout for Fury since suffering a twelve round decision loss to Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in an IBF final eliminator in Sofia last October.

Fury came out jabbing, applying pressure and had Norrad on the run. The Canadian boxer seemed to be intimidated early on, as Fury pressed forward and was throwing with both hands. Norrad was being very defensive and not throwing much back as Fury came forward with no fear. Fury was picking his punches to the head and then digging to the body.

In the second round, a series of shots send Norrad down. He barely made it up by the count of ten and the referee made a decision to wave off the fight.

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