DETROIT, MICH. (August 20, 2020) — Jeremiah Milton opened his pro debut calmly working behind his jab. Dennis Vance attempted to press his way forward, but some early solid right hands followed the series of jabs.
Vance (1-2, 1 KO) handled the straight rights, took a left hook to body and then opted to take a stand and walk towards the danger. However, on the way in Milton landed another powerful right hand in the temple area and Vance collapsed face-down to the canvas. Vance attempted to get to his feet late in the count, but referee Ansel Steward signaled he’d already reached the count of 10. Officially, the fight ended at 1:15.
After the victory Milton summarized his past three years of dedication to boxing, and his improvement under Las Vegas trainer Justin Gamber. He also warned the division to be on the lookout because, “…things are going to be a lot more dangerous from here.”
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