LAVAL, Quebec - Yves Ulysse, Jr. (14-1, 9 KOs) scored a wide unanimous decision victory against Cletus "The Hebrew Hammer" Seldin (21-1, 17 KOs) across 10 rounds of super lightweight action. Ulysse scored a knockdown in each of the first three rounds, and followed that explosive opening with a veritable boxing lesson for the next seven rounds. All judges scored the fight 99-88 in favor of Ulysse.
"I was the underdog," said Ulysse. "Everyone thought that I was in for a beating, and look at what happened. I told you that my moment was coming. Speed kills! The sky is the limit!"
"Yves Ulysse is a good fighter but he is not exciting," said Seldin. "I was not expecting him to run that much. I thought he would come to fight coming from a decision lost. I showed my thoroughness and tried to finish strong but it was impossible because of all the running."
Irish middleweight Gary "Spike" O'Sullivan (27-2, 19 KOs) dropped and stopped Antoine "Action" Douglas (22-2-1, 16 KOs) of Burke, Virginia in the seventh round of an exciting back-and-forth co-main event that was initially scheduled for 10 rounds. Douglas scored an early lead with a hard jab and hooks to the body, but O'Sullivan eventually wore him down with an incessant amount of pressure, featuring left hooks and right hands from a high guard that guaranteed the technical knockout victory. Douglas was taken to the hospital immediately after the fight.
"I was sick for 2 weeks with a chest infection, so I was not at 100 percent," said O'Sullivan. "I thought it was a good opportunity, so I decided to fight anyway. I'm happy with my performance, but I could have done better. Douglas is a tough guy with a good chin, and he had never been knocked out like that."