The difference in weight between the fury and the Sefer was nearly 30 kg, whereas the difference in height - 26 cm in such hands equal match could not be, but as it turned out, the Manchester Boxing was not at all.
The former world heavyweight champion clowned his way through his first fight in more than two-and-a-half years and still outclassed Sefer Seferi, who retired after four farcical rounds in Manchester on Saturday.
Fury extended his unbeaten record to 26 wins, 19 by knockout, while Seferi suffered his second defeat in 25 fights. "As you could see I wasn't in a rush, I was having a bit of fun. the calibre of opponents will keep rising".
After beating Wladimir Klitschko for the WBA, WBO and IBF world heavyweight titles, Fury's life spun out of control and he had not fought since.
"Listen, I want someone big", Fury said.
"He took me a few rounds so I'm happy with it".
"I could have knocked him out in the first round but what good would that have done me?"
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But Fury was disappointed by the attitude of 39-year-old Seferi, who was giving away more than 50lb and almost a foot of height difference on the night.
Britain´s Tyson Fury (C) celebrates victory over Albania´s Sefer Seferi following their heavyweight contest at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, northern England on June 9, 2018. He needs to get the ring rust off.
Fury has plans to regain his three world titles, now in the possession of English rival Anthony Joshua, and his one potential future opponent could be Germany's Manuel Charr who was ringside.
Seferi, a career cruiserweight, tried in vain to reach Fury's head with sluggish right uppercuts. Fury was into stride and Seferi was pulled out of the fight before the fifth.
But Fury's time away away from boxing has been far from a laughing matter.
After twice pulling out of rematches with Klitschko, Fury then admitted problems with mental health, drinking too much and cocaine use before it was revealed he failed a drugs test for the banned steroid nandrolone in February 2015.