On Saturday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, Tyson Fury successfully defended his WBC

and lineal heavyweight titles with a lopsided victory over Derek Chisora that was ultimately stopped by the referee at 2:51 of Round 10.

In a fight that appeared to have been terminated much earlier, Chisora, who has now lost to Fury three times,

never landed a punch of significance but took plenty of such blows from "The Gypsy King."

In what amounted to a warm-up match for Fury, who is in talks to challenge Oleksandr Usyk

for the undisputed heavyweight championship in the spring in Saudi Arabia, Chisora's signature tenacity was on display the entire time.

The Ukrainian heavyweight champion, who was there at ringside, stepped up on the ring platform as soon as Fury called him out.

Then, Usyk's two triumphs over Anthony Joshua were made fun of by Fury, who dismissed Joshua as a mere "bodybuilder."

Well, you fool, I'm no bodybuilder, he said. "Stupid little man, you. Let's start now!"

Then, Fury made fun of Usyk's two heavyweight title wins. The former undisputed cruiserweight champion, 35, grinned without speaking as he took in Fury's usual antics.