At the Zembo Shrine in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the main event saw super middleweight puncher Christian Mbilli win a ten round unanimous decision over Ronald Ellis.

From the very early moments of the fight, Marc Ramsay's protege rushed his opponent and put him on the ropes while maintaining constant pressure, which allowed him to dominate the first few rounds.

Ellis adjusted around the fifth round where he was able to keep Mbilli at a distance. However, this strategy did not work for long against the big banger. The man nicknamed 'Solide' continued his power punching work to pile up the points and secure a unanimous decision from the judges, who handed out cards of 99 to 91 and two identical tallies of 100 to 90.

With the win, Mbilli captured the WBC Continental of Americas title.

"We entered the ring to boos and whistles but we left with a round of applause. I did the job I had to do tonight, and I let my team take care of the rest. I proved that I am one of the elite and that I can fight with the best even if it is on their home turf. I am ready to fight anyone! Give us five days to prepare and we will find a way to win. Thank you all! This is just the beginning," said Mbilli in his post-fight interview on Punching Grace.

In addition, Angel Perez managed to get rid of his opponent Maxime Gilli in the first round. Right from the beginning, Perez hammered Gilli with power shots that left no choice for the referee but to stop the fight after only 58 seconds. Meanwhile, his twin brother, Antonio Perez, also won with a flawless performance. In front of a very animated crowd, Antonio surprised his opponent with a powerful shot that sent Jessie Addison to the floor in the 2nd round. He managed to beat the count of 10, but the referee quickly stopped the fight to a few moments later.