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Weekend Recap: Did Mikhaylenko’s 8RND Stoppage Steal the Show

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Welterweight Dmitry Mikhaylenko was able to stop Johan Perez (20-3-1) in the 8th round of their HBO Latino main event, live from Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California.

 Mikhaylenko (20-0) started off well in the fight and put himself in a position of control. He wasn’t dominating, but he was fighting his fight, which wasn’t all that different from Perez’s fight, to be honest. Still, Mikhaylenko was controlling the tempo of the fight.

Middleweight Sergiy Derevyanchenko (6-0, 4KOs) from the Ukraine fighting out of Brooklyn shutout Elvin Ayala (28-7-1) through 8 rounds in the ShoBox main event at Bally’s Atlantic City in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

 It was clear that Derevyanchenko was the better fighter in the first round. From the moment the bell rang, Sergiy was established as the better puncher and all around crisper talent. Ayala was a bit awkward with his offense, but it made no difference to Sergiy because there was never anything dangerous coming back at him.