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Rising Super Lightweight Wants to Compete With the Elites

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Rising Super Lightweight Wants to Compete With the Elites

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Rising Super Lightweight Wants to Compete With the Elites

Super lightweight prospect Bryce Mills (15-1, 5 KOs) recently extended his winning streak to 9, with his most victory coming against Gerffred Ngayot (6-2, 5 KOs) by unanimous decision on the undercard of the Top Rank Boxing doubleheader featuring Luis Alberto Lopez defeating Reiya Abe and Ray Ford’s dramatic last round stoppage win against Otabek KholmatovMills and his advisor have both spoken recently about progression and plans for the future. 

Bryce Mills Popularity

The lastest win for Mills was at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, NY on the Top Rank bill, which was streamed live exclusively in the U.S. on ESPN+, giving Mills nationwide exposure.

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The fight between Mills and Ngayot drew a sizeable crowd due to the Syracuse native selling close to 1,000 tickets, showing that his popularity and status are growing on the east-coast boxing scene.

Mills Aiming for the Top

The New York fighter has spoken on his fight-by-fight progression and his gratitude for his fan’s support: “I’m getting better with each fight, and I couldn’t have achieved this without the growing support from my fans in Syracuse.” He continued: “Their energy and encouragement fuel my determination to succeed.”

Mills also spoke about his future aims and work ethic: “I’ve already started training and I’m back in the gym working hard.” The prospect added: “I want to prove to myself that I belong with all the other top prospects in the super lightweight division. I’m on a mission to show everyone that I’m not just a ticket seller, but that I can compete with the elites.” 

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“I’m happy with the progress Bryce is making.” said Amer Abdallah, Mills’ advisor. “He won the National Silver Gloves with less than five amateur boxing fights and continues to increase his boxing IQ. He has a great team, and is dedicated to the sport. Not only is he becoming a household name on the East Coast, but making a statement on a national level. The future is bright for Bryce.”

With the growing support for Mills evident from the crowd at his last fight, it will be interesting to see how far the super lightweight prospect can go.

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