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Boxing Results: Vito “White Magic” Mielnicki, Jr. Stops Nicholas “Nice Nick” DeLomba!

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By Ken Hissner: At the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Saturday over FOX with undercard on FS1, Tom Brown (TGB Promotions) presented in the Main Event 19-year-old local favorite welterweight Vito “White Majic” Mielnicki, Jr., of Roseland, NJ, pitching a shutout ending it in the tenth and final round stopping durable Nicholas “Nice Nick” DeLomba of Providence, RI, in a scheduled ten rounder.

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In the Main Event welterweight Vito “White Majic” Mielnicki, Jr., 10-1(6), #146.4, of Roseland, NJ, stopped Nicholas “Nice Nick” DeLomba, 16-4 (5), #145.4, of Orlando, FL, by way of Providence, RI, at 1:49 of the tenth and final round of a 10.

In the first round, Mielnicki started right off with a 3-punch left hook to the chin of DeLomba. For the rest of the round, Mielnicki used an effective jab. With DeLomba complaining of getting hit on the back of the head and only credited with landing one punch for the entire round. In the second round, Mielnicki countered the oncoming DeLomba with jabs and occasional rights to the chin. In the final minute, it was Mielnicki coming forward, landing two punch combinations with rights following his jab to the chin of DeLomba.

In the third round, near the end of the first minute, Mielnicki hurt DeLomba with a right on the chin. Into the second minute of the round, Mielnicki was all over DeLomba with a flurry of punches with no return as Mielnicki was looking to end the fight as referee Eric Dali was taking a close look possibly stopping it.

In the fourth round, DeLomba finally came out with some offense, with Mielnicki countering. In the final minute of the round, Mielnicki landed a pair of rights to the chin of DeLomba, who came back with a right uppercut of his own to the chin. Mielnicki ended the round with a solid left to the body. In the fifth round, Mielnicki continued using his jab, landing in the face of a now red of DeLomba’s. In the final thirty seconds, Mielnicki landed a right uppercut on the chin, getting the attention of DeLomba.

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In the sixth round, Mielnicki continued giving DeLomba a boxing lesson winning every round. In the final seconds, DeLomba landed an overhand right on the chin, with Mielnicki ending the round with a right and left to the chin. In the seventh round, the fans started chanting “Vito, Vito” for the local favorite. In the final minute, DeLomba landed his best punch of the fight, a left uppercut on the chin. Though winning the round, Mielnicki’s punch count was slowing down. Mielnicki ended the round with a left hook on the chin of DeLomba.

In the eighth round, DeLomba was getting desperate throwing rights with few landing. In the final minute, Mielnicki landed a right on the chin, rocking DeLomba, who had swelling under his right eye by the end of the round. In the ninth round, Mielnicki kept one step ahead of DeLomba and, in the final minute, was warned by referee Dali for holding. He immediately came back, landing over half a dozen unanswered punches to the body and head of DeLomba.

In the tenth and final round at the halfway point, Mielnicki landed a right over a miss rocking DeLomba off balance out on his feet as the latter’s corner called to the referee Eric Dali to call a halt.

It was the fourth fight of the year for Mielnicki, bouncing back with his second win since his first and only loss. He didn’t disappoint the local crowd with an outstanding performance.

Super Lightweight Kenneth “Bossman” Sims, Jr., 17-2-1 (5), #145.8, of Chicago, IL, defeated Keeshawn “The Next Big Thing” Williams, 8-1-1 (2), 146 ½, over eight rounds.

In the first four rounds, Sims controlled the action. In the next several rounds, Williams came back a bit. In the seventh and eighth rounds, Sims tried ending the show, winning easily.

Scores were 77-75 and 79-73 twice. The referee was Harvey Dock.

Middleweight Joey Spencer, 14-0 (10), #156.4, of Union City, NJ, knocked out Limberth “El Gallito” Ponce, 18-5 (11), #155.6, of Acapulco, MEX, and Rock Island, IL, at 1:24 of the fifth of an 8.

In the first three rounds, Spencer had his was, for the most part. In the fifth, Spencer ended the show knocking Ponce out as referee Eric Dali counted him out.

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Super Welterweight Yoelvis “La Joya” Gomez, 5-0 (5), #157.4, of Havana, Cuba and Las Vegas, NV, stopped “Cassius” Clay Collard, 9-6-3 (4), #158.8, of Burley, ID, at 2:11 of the first of a 6.

In the first round, Gomez was all over Collard, scoring a knockdown as referee Earl Brown waved it off with Collard in no condition to continue.

Super Welterweight Travon Marshall, 4-0 (3), #149.6, of Capitol Heights, MD, stopped Brian “Sweet” Jones, 15-13 (9), #148.8, of L.A., CA, at 2:15 of the fourth of a 4.

In the first three rounds, it was all Marshall. In the fourth and final round, referee Harvey Dock called a halt with Jones taking too much punishment.

In a re-match in a draw three months ago, Super Bantamweight Rajon “Picasso” Chance, 6-0-1 (5), #125, of East Orange, NJ, won a split decision over Elon “El Leon” de Jesus, 3-1-1 (2), #123.8, of Orlando, FL, over six action rounds.

In the first two rounds, it was all Chance. In the third round, de Jesus came back well. In the fourth round, it was back to chance, with de Jesus ended the round with a solid left hook on the chin of Chance. In the fifth round, de Jesus was warned for a low blow by referee Harvey Dock. Knowing he’s behind, de Jesus is looking for a big punch that was not coming.

In the sixth and final round, halfway through the round, de Jesus landed a solid right on the chin of Chance. Seconds later, it was Chance landing a low blow getting warned. In the final minute, de Jesus dropped Chance with a low blow getting a warning from referee Dock he would lose a point if it happened again. After several minutes they were back in action right up until the bell.

Scores were 58-56 Chance, 58-56 de Jesus, and 59-55 Chance, as did this writer score it.

Welterweight Michael “Slick” Anderson, 22-3-1 (16), #147, of E. Orange, NJ, knocked out Noe Alejandro Lopez, 10-5-1 (4), #146 ½, of Spring, TX, at 0:33 of the third round of a 6.

In the third round, Anderson dropped Lopez. Upon rising, Lopez was rushed by Anderson, dropping him for the count of referee Dock.




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