Thomas Dulorme blasted Aris Ambriz out in one round last night on ShoBox. (Photo by Tom Casino/Showtime)
"I was prepared physically and mentally to go 10 rounds and I didn't come in looking for a knockout, so for it to end in the first round was a present for me."
"I'll be back in the gym on Monday trying to learn more. That's what I do best. Every time I step in the gym it's all about learning."
"Dulorme has it all as a prospect. He has a pleasing personality, good looks, and when he scores a knockout his opponent is left flat on the canvas, and that separates him from the pack. He's as exciting a prospect as we've seen on ShoBox in quite a while."
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"I'm happy with the result and the way this fight went. I expected a hard fight and I trained for a tough guy who had fought a lot of good punchers who couldn't knock him out. We knew he was a worthy opponent."
"Lyell was tough but it was clear that I won. I felt I was in control and that I hurt him a couple times. I had a few rounds where I allowed a couple flurries, but they always hit the gloves and I was never hurt. I hope to get back into the ring again soon."
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"The difference in this fight was clearly Gonzalez' obvious advantages in size and strength. The fact his fight went the distance is in no way a negative because of the quality of opponent he was in with."
"He won, probably seven rounds to three, so I have nothing to gripe about,'' Lyell said. "My plan was to go in and back him up, but I couldn't do it. I couldn't believe how strong he was."