Vito Wins On Christmas
Vito Wins On Christmas
Vito Mielnicki Jr. made a statement on Christmas night stopping Nicholas DeLomba.
As DeLomba took a big flurry of punches from Mielnicki in third round, and saw experience benefit him as Mielnicki’s youth worked against himself seemingly punching himself out. That said DeLomba didn’t mount much of an offense and by the tenth round, his corner had seen enough.
Mielnicki wobbled DeLomba with a right hand that was enough for his corner to stop the fight.
Tonight’s boxing card was alright, predictable, and fun – but sadly lacked the star-power that the NFL and NBA brought with their top athletes performing. Tonight we saw a good developmental card, with fighters PBC has high hopes for getting activity and experience.
Undefeated fighter Rajon Chance avenged his last fight a draw against Elon De Jesus in a rough fight that saw Chance landing the cleaner punches over the course of six rounds. The judges had it a split decision, but it felt like a clear win for Chance.
Yoelvis Gomez stopped internet sensation Clay Collard in one round, in a fight Gomez controlled from start to finish. This now marks yet another loss since Clay Collard lost his younger brother, Chad, who past away prior to his PFL MMA final bout. Though Collard will probably not say it, something has changed as he is currently 0-3 since the passing of his younger brother, and tonight fighting mere weeks after his last fight in Stockton, didn’t even look like the same fighter as two years ago.
Joey Spencer is now 14-0, and wrapped up his 2021 with a KO victory. Spencer should be in an interesting contender-type fight in 2022.
“Bossman” Kenny Sims Jr., has emerged as a world-class fighter in 2022, beat back-to-back undefeated prospect as on a day’s notice, he defeated undefeated Keeshawn Williams, who is trained by Calvin Ford. Sims Jr. looks to know have the experience to maximize his talent, and should get a big fight. I am looking at an opponent such as Jamal James in his next bout, possibly.
Travon Marshall dominated Brian Jones in the fourth round in a mercy stoppage. Marshall outlanded Jones by a 8-to-1 margin, as the referee halted the bout in the final round.
41-year-old Michael Anderson from New Jersey picked up a third-round KO to start off the FS1 telecast over Noe Lopez.