Dmitry Chudinov D-8 Patrick Mendy
Mendy (14-6-1, 1 KO) didn't give Chudinov (9-0-2, 6 KO) anything easy in this fight, and certainly put up more of a scrap than an out of shape Grady Brewer did in May, when Chudinov stopped the American after three rounds. The referee had this one 76-76, which is the same score I had. At 26, Chudinov really doesn't look anything like a future contender at middleweight.
Bradley Saunders TKO-5 Michael Kelly
This was a mercy stoppage more than anything. Kelly (8-6-1, 2 KO) went down in the first round on a body shot, and from there it was just Saunders (6-0, 4 KO) outclassing his opponent until the referee stepped in and decided he'd seen enough. It wasn't a good stoppage by normal TV fight standards, but this really didn't need to go any further, either.
Frank Buglioni PTS-8 Kirill Psonko
Not exactly the best performance from popular young Buglioni, who improves to 9-0 (6 KO) with the win on a score of 79-74, which seemed about right, or whatever. Psonko (10-26-2, 6 KO) gave Buglioni a tougher test than expected, not really because he did a lot offensively or anything, but Buglioni just wasn't able to land square too often. Buglioni, 24, has domestic star at least written all over him if he can continue to improve and climb the ladder, but that all remains to be seen. He's got the look and he's already building the audience.