New York City —On Saturday night, Vito Mielnicki Jr. made it five straight wins.

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The 20-year-old junior middleweight mostly won his 10-round fight against Limberth Ponce with a jab to the head and body of Ponce.

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The fight took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn and was decided by a unanimous decision. Mielnicki won by wide margins, 99-91, 99-91, and 98-92,

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on the undercard of the fight between Deontay Wilder and Robert Helenius.

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Mielnicki, from Roseland, New Jersey, has won five fights in a row since Philadelphia's James Martin, who was then 6-2, beat him in an eight-round fight in April 2021

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at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in Los Angeles by majority decision.

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Ponce (19-6, 11 KOs), who was born in Mexico and lives in Rock Island, Illinois, has lost two of his last three fights. Joey Spencer,

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a junior middleweight prospect from Linden, Michigan with a record of 16-0 and 10 knockouts, knocked out 31-year-old Ponce in the fifth round of their second fight

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on December 25 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.

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With just over 50 seconds left in the fight, Mielnicki hit Ponce with a rare flush right hand. Near the end of the final round,

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Ponce hit Mielnicki with two right hands and a left, but Mielnicki waved him on.

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In the last minute of their fight, they went back and forth more than at any other time.

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Mielnicki landed a right hand in the first 40 seconds of the eighth round. He then went back to pumping his jab.

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As his shorter opponent moved forward in the fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds, Mielnicki kept working off his jab and occasionally caught Ponce with his right hand.

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In the third round, with just under 20 seconds left, Mielnicki hit Ponce with a right hand.

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At the end of an otherwise boring second round, Mielnicki hit Ponce with a left hook that knocked him off his feet.

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During the first round, when Ponce didn't throw many punches, Mielnicki tried to get his jab going.

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