Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn - Highly regarded 140-pound prospect Brandun Lee (20-0, 18 KOs) proved that he is ready for an even greater challenge, blitzing Jimmy Williams (16-4-2, 5 KOs) with three vicious knockdowns in the first round en route to a stoppage victory.

The La Quinta, Calif., resident has KO'd all but two of his professional opponents, and now owns 12 first-round knockouts.

The hard-punching Lee, who was the last fighter to appear on ShoBox prior to the shutdown in March, wasted very little time in dispensing Williams, a former college football standout who was fighting for the first time in 2020.

Lee forced two knockdowns prior to the final blow, a picture-perfect right hand that connected flush on Williams' chin and sent him sprawling through the ropes. The stoppage came at 1:34 of the first round.

"I'm blessed with the natural power and that's what the fans saw from me - I'm here to entertain the fans and seek and destroy," said the 21-year-old Lee.

"The game plan was to go in there and do what I do best, which is to destruct anything that is in my way. When I fought last fall on Showtime for the first time in Texas I felt like we rushed it too much. And back in March on Showtime felt like we waited too long. So I think this fight was perfect. We hit it right on the money, not too fast and not too slow."

Also on the card, the impressive pro debut of recent Split-T Management signee,  featherweight David Navarro.  Navarro needed just 92 seconds to take out Nathan Benichou.  Navarro was able to register two knockdowns before the fight was stopped.