LAS VEGAS – Frank Martin made another impressive appearance on national television Saturday.

The promising prospect beat game veteran Ryan Kielczewski to the punch throughout their 10-round lightweight fight. The strong southpaw won every round according to judges Tim Cheatham, Chris Migliore and Don Trella, each of whom scored it 100-90, and easily won a unanimous decision.

Kielczewski came to fight, but the lesser puncher was overpowered by the active, sharp Indianapolis native in a fight FOX televised as part of the Manny Pacquiao-Yordenis Ugas undercard at T-Mobile Arena.

The 26-year-old Martin’s combination punching to Kielczewski’s head and body kept Kielczewski from mounting much consistent offense. Martin (14-0, 10 KOs) was especially effective to Kielczewski’s body.

The 32-year-old Kielczewski (30-6, 11 KOs), of Quincy, Massachusetts, has lost three of his past four fights. He hasn’t been knocked out during his 13-year, 36-fight pro career.

An aggressive Martin pressed for a knockout early and late in the 10th round, but the tough Kielczewski wouldn’t allow it.

Martin unloaded power punches to Kielczewski’s head and body in the opening minute of the ninth round. Kielczewski moved away from Martin to halt his onslaught.

Martin landed an array of clean head shots and body blows in the second half of the eighth round. A right hook to Kielczewski’s head made him retreat with just over a minute to go in the eighth round.

Martin’s five-punch combination to Kielczewski’s head and body made Kielczewski retreat approximately 1:20 into the seventh round. The fast-handed Martin unloaded another crisp combination on Kielczewski a little more than a minute later.

Caiz warned Martin for a low left hand a minute-plus into the sixth round. Kielczewski snuck a left hook to Martin’s body around his guard later in the sixth round.

Martin nailed Kielczewski with a straight left hand that knocked Kielczewski off balance just before the sixth round ended.

Martin impacted Kielczewski with yet another combination with just under a minute to go in the fifth round. He continued to build on his obvious lead in those three minutes.

Martin’s combination punching continued to befuddle Kielczewski throughout the fourth round. Kielczewski kept coming forward, though, and landed occasional shots.

Kielczewski was active and aggressive at times in the third round, yet Martin continued to land the harder punches to the body and head. A left uppercut by Martin backed up Kielczewski with about 30 seconds on the clock in the third round.

Barely a minute into the second round, Martin backed Kielczewski into the ropes and attacked his body. Martin caught Kielczewski with a right-left combination to the body with just over a minute to go in the second round.

Kielczewski landed a right hand that temporarily stopped Martin from punching with about 45 seconds remaining in the second round. Martin clipped Kielczewski with a right hook toward the end of the second round.

Martin’s right-left combination got Kielczewski’s attention a little less than a minute into their fight. Martin hammered away to Kielczewski’s head and body with a five-punch combination approximately a minute later.

Kielczewski was wary of Martin’s power thereafter and tried to keep away from Martin for the rest of the first round.

Keith Idec is a senior writer/columnist for He can be reached on Twitter @Idecboxing.