In a Wednesday night showdown, Sergey Lipinets and Robbie Davies Jr. engaged in a thriller at the ProBox TV Events Center in Plant City, Florida, with Lipinets emerging victorious with a 10-round unanimous decision.

The judges scored the bout 95-92, 96-91 and 98-89, all in Lipinets' favor.

Those numbers don’t paint an appropriately dramatic picture of the fight, which featured perhaps the best round so far in 2024. The bout was a true (and bloody) war of attrition.

After a couple of feel-out rounds, visible redness began to appear on the body of Davies before he delivered a short left hook that rocked Lipinets (18-3-1, 13 KOs) with mere seconds left in the third round. Davies (23-5, 15 KOs) continued with his forward momentum, counterpunching Lipinets as he looked to land another telling blow – and he did, as he rocked Lipinets with another left hook.

Yet it was Lipinets, 35, with a crushing right hand, that sent Davies to the canvas, where his nose began gushing blood. Although he was able to rise from the canvas, Davies, 34, wasn’t taking the punches as well as Lipinets. In a barnburner of an eighth round, Lipinets dropped Davies with a left hook of his own – to the body – with 10 seconds left in the round. Twenty seconds later, a clubbing right hand sent Davies down again.

Davies got up quickly, getting to his feet at the count of three, and proceeded to rock Lipinets with a left uppercut late in the round. Lipinets was then stunned by the left hook Davies had been landing all night. Davies had hit the mat twice in the round, but he finished it on his feet, pushing forward and doing damage.

Broadcaster and former world titleholder Chris Algieri summed up the fight best, calling it a symphony of violence.

In the co-feature bout, undefeated heavyweight prospect Fernely Feliz Jr. (8-0, 6 KOs), 27, secured an eight-round unanimous decision over 24-year-old Cesar Navarro (11-2, 9 KOs). Feliz weathered an early storm from Navarro, whose muscular physique belied his boxing prowess. As the fight progressed, Feliz’s superior boxing skills began to dominate, leading to a victory despite Navarro's sporadic displays of power making it hard for Feliz to close the show.

The judges scored the bout 78-74, 79-73 and 79-73 for Feliz.

Junior welterweight Tsendbaatar Erdenebat (10-0, 5 KOs) delivered another dominant performance on ProBox TV, stopping Alberto Mercado in the third round of their scheduled eight-round bout.

The relentless aggression of Erdenebat, 27, overwhelmed Mercado, 36, prompting the referee to halt the action due to a cut on Mercado's eye. The bout was ruled a technical knockout with the time of stoppage at 2:39.

In the opening bout, 19-year-old lightweight Robert Meriwether III (6-0, 2 KOs) showcased his technical prowess in a six-round decision victory over previously unbeaten Victor Manuel Lopez Gala (5-1, 3 KOs),19, with all three judges scoring the fight 60-54 in Meriwether's favor.