Tyson Fury got up of the floor to maintain his beaten status by dropping Neven Pajkic and breaking the Canadian’s duck egg in Manchester on Saturday.
The entertaining and dramatic theme surrounding the big heavyweights career continued as he all but came back from the dead to retain his Commonweatlh crown.
A big over hand right sent the man with a burning desire to become Irish champion to the canvas in round two, however Fury recovered and responded in style.
The British champion floored Pajkic twice before referee Phil Edwards brought a halt to the action.
It is another W on the man, who also entertains outside of the ring, but a performance that will add fuel to the doubters fire.
World title talk certainly looks a little fanciful considering Fury was been knocked down by a man boasting only five career stoppages, but the 23 year-old did show a ruthless and clinical streak in finishing the Canadian Champion.