Fury did not take his task totally seriously early on and was told off by the referee for playing to the crowd. AFP / OLI SCARFF
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Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury declared that he was completely happy with his four-round comeback win Saturday night – despite a lack of action. Fury only got going in the fourth round and his brief exhibition of power convinced Sefer Seferi's corner to pull out the Switzerland-based Albanian before the start of the fifth round.Fury, 29, did not take his task totally seriously early on and was told off by referee Phil Edwards for playing to the crowd, but the English boxer was pleased it was not a short fight after two years and seven months out of action.It was always comfortable for Fury in his first fight since winning the World Boxing Association, International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Organization titles from Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko on points in November 2015 .
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