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Vincent Wins by a unanimous decision over Dulin
By KEN CASTRO
March 31, 2012
Photo: Dulin
     
   
   
   
   

(MAR 31)  Ledyard, CT --For a relative newcomer, featherweight Shelito “Shelly” Vincent proved to be more than comfortable under the bright lights and high profile often chaos that follows the ESPN2 “Friday Night Fights” caravan.

Vincent, making just her second outing as a professional earned a 40-36, four round, unanimous decision over Karen Dulin on the under card of last night’s edition of the popular series at Foxwoods Resort Casino. The aptly named “All In” card was promoted by Classic Entertainment and Sports (CES).

Vincent upped her slate to 2-0, while Dulin, dropped to 2-11, 1 KO with the loss. Vincent, who hails from New London, Conn, and currently fights out of Providence, Rhode Island had the added benefit of familiarity going into the bout as both combatants traded shots in Vincent’s debut last October. In that scrap Vincent registered a 40-36, 39-37, 39-37 decision.

Vincent who entered at 124 this time out was gracious and matter-of-fact in chatting about her decision to provide the 36 yr. old Dulin another look. “She asked for it (rematch) and I thought why not,” said Vincent who had finished of Dulin while the cable network’s on-air talent were still in the midst of prepping for their broadcast behind the scenes.

“I thought tonight was good,’ said Vincent of the positive result. “I always think I can do better. I fought her in my debut and I think I was better this time but I’m still thinking I should have got her out of there earlier. It felt like she threw more punches than the last time and applied little more pressure this time. She’s a fighter, I’ll give her credit for that.”

Last night’s victor was admittedly not as busy as she would have liked until late. “ I wish I had done a more of that,’ Vincent said after an animated fourth in which she clearly controlled. “I felt like I won all of them (rounds), but I should have dropped in some more punches. I felt like I could afford to.”

“I’m more of a counter puncher and I trying to pick up my punches. Pete is working on that and we’re going to change that for the better,” said Vincent looking ahead to her work with trainer Peter Manfredo.

“I’ll fight whoever, “ Vincent said, “That’s what I signed up for.” In the bouts making the live television slot, Hank Lundy (22-1-1, 11 KO’s) retained his NABF Lightweight title with a 10 round unanimous decision (97-92, 97-92, 98-91) over St. Louis’s Dannie Williams (21-2, 17 KO’s). “I jumped off my game plan trying to knock him out,’ said Williams in post fight analysis. “No excuses- I’ll be back”

New Haven’s (CT) Elvin Ayala kept the WBC/USNBC Middleweight crown he
currently holds with a unanimous decision over Eric Mitchell of Philadelphia, PA.

 
     
     
   
 
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