Raynell Williams set the table for what he hopes to be a clean sweep for his fighting family.

The 2008 U.S. Olympian picked up the second win of his comeback after comfortably outpointing Ryizeemmion Ford over six rounds. Scores were 60-53 on all three scorecards in favor of Williams, who scored an opening round knockdown en route to the decisive win hours before younger brother Montana Love tops a DAZN show Saturday evening from Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, Ohio.

Williams jumped out to an early lead thanks to a knockdown midway through the opening round of a junior lightweight battle of Ohio natives. A left hand landed for the 33-year-old Cleveland-bred Williams (14-1, 7KOs) with a right hook missing the mark but Ford (8-3, 6KOs)—who hails from Alliance, Ohio—losing his balance as he was moving in reverse before falling to the canvas. Williams spent the rest of the bout neutralizing Ford’s significant height and reach advantages, jabbing to the body and coming back with left hands upstairs.

The bout was the second in just over two months for Williams, who ended a five-year ring absence with a sixth-round knockout win on September 3 at Euclid Auditorium in Cleveland.

Nikoloz Sekhniashvili returned to the ring and the win column with a stoppage win over Akron’s David Rodriguez after three rounds. Sekhniashvili (8-1, 6KOs) floored the previously unbeaten Rodriguez (6-1, 2KOs) inside the first minute of the bout and continued to apply heavy pressure through nine brutal minutes of junior middleweight action.

Rodriguez’s right eye was swollen shut to the point of the ringside doctor opting to stop the fight. The official time was 3:00 of round three.

Sekhniashvili hadn’t fought since last August 3, when he suffered his lone career defeat. The Georgian boxer now trains out of South Florida alongside rising junior middleweight Xander Zayas (14-0, 10KOs). Both are trained by Javiel Centeno and managed by Peter Kahn.

Khalil Coe stepped up the pace down the stretch to solidify his latest win. A fifth-round knockdown scored by Coe paved the way for a landslide decision win over Bradley Olmeda. Scores were 60-53 across the board for Coe in their battle unbeaten light heavyweight prospects.

Action was relatively slow through four rounds, with Puerto Rico’s Olmeda (5-1, 3KOs) bouncing on his toes while Coe settled for the openings his opponent provided rather than pushing to create opportunities. That changed midway through round five, when Coe—a 26-year-old prospect from Flemington, New Jersey—sent Olmeda to the canvas courtesy of a sweeping left hook. Coe applied pressure in the final round to improve to 4-0-1 (2KOs).

Headlining the show, Cleveland’s Love (18-0-1, 9KOs) faces Australia’s Steve Spark (15-2, 14KOs) in a scheduled twelve-round bout.