Tyson Fury wasted no time celebrating his maiden win in the U.S, by throwing a wild after-party at Las Vegas nightclub Hakkasan.
The Mancunian boxer beat Tom Schwarz inside two rounds in his second appearance in the States to retain his unbeaten record.
Fury controlled the heavyweight bout with his German opponent at the MGM Grand, bloodying Schwarz' nose before the referee stopped proceedings.
He then moved straight to the hotel's own Hakkasan nightspot, dressed in floral suit to toast the victory.
In video's posted on social media, Fury can be seen surrounded by friends and fans, as well as signs reading: 'The Champ is here' and 'Gypsy King'.
In the immediate aftermath of his win over Schwarz, Fury had treated spectators inside the arena to a rendition of Aerosmith track 'I don't want to miss a thing'.
He was not content with stopping there though, taking the stage inside Hakkasan and grabbing the microphone to address the crowd.
"Vegas takeover, it's going off," Fury said.
He then coaxed the revellers into various chants, one of which aimed a sly dig at heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua.
Stealing Joshua fans' penchant for chanting the Watford star's name to the tune of the White Stripes' 'Seven Nation Army', Fury got fans to change the lyrics and sing his name instead.
Hakkasan were hosting the official after-party for Fury, complete with wild scenes along with music from American DJ Nghtmre.
Fury had got the party started early, entering the arena to the sounds of 'Rocky 4' tune 'Living in America' and sporting trunks in the colours of the nations flag.
He made light work of the previously unbeaten Schwarz, keeping him at distance with a series of jabs as the German struggled to lay a glove on him in the opening round.
Fury then turned things up a notch in the second, catching Schwarz with a left hook which shook the 25-year-old, before avoiding a flurry of punches in impressive fashion.
He then caught Schwarz up against the ropes, dropping him to the canvas with a straight right.
Schwarz got to his feet to continue but lasted just moments longer as Fury cornered him before referee Kenny Bayliss waved to signal the fight was over.
Fury – who was making his debut on ESPN and for U.S promoter Top Rank, said after the bout: "The key was to enjoy myself – I was slipping and sliding and shifted to southpaw.
“I came here to put on a show for Las Vegas and I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did.”
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