The former British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury beat the veteran Martin Rogan in five rounds on Saturday night in Belfast.
Fury, 23, who surprised onlookers by using a southpaw stance, knocked Rogan down with a left hook in the third round. A body shot in the fifth put the 40-year-old Belfast boxer down again and his trainer, Bernard Checa, insisted that the fight should be stopped.
Explaining his decision to box southpaw, Fury said: "I found it comfortable to go left-handed in that fight. I'm a world-class heavyweight and I'm going to try different things."Reuse content