Cleveland - Unbeaten prospect Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs), who is the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, won a four round unanimous decision over combat sports veteran Anthony Taylor (0-2). (photos by Amanda Westcott)
The scores were 40-36 by all three judges.
Fury, who made his United States debut, is hoping to have a grudge match in the near future with Youtube star turned boxer Jake Paul.
Fury was quickly on the hunt, coming forward and being aggressive in the first. Taylor was throwing a lot of wild punches. In the second, it was more of the same. Taylor was smothering a lot of his offense on the inside. He was starting to fade by the end of the round as Fury kept throwing hard punches.
During the third, Fury had most of the effective activity with a tired looking Taylor. In the fourth, Fury there was a lot of wrestling with Taylor staying in close but not doing too much. Fury had rattled Taylor for moment, with the MMA fighter holding on and surviving to the bell.
Making his United States debut, heavyweight banger Daniel Dubois (17-1, 16 KOs) demolished Juiseppe Angelo Cusumano (19-4, 17 KOs) in one round.
Dubois was coming forward and pushing Cusumano back. Cusumano landed a solid right hand. Dubois with a combination and Cusumano went down. Dubois went right back on the attack, landing hard shots as he trapped Cusumano in the corner. Another big shot sent Cusumano down for the second time. Once again he made it up at the count of nine. Another barrage and Cusumano went down for the third time - with the fight being waved off.