Super lightweight contender Brandun Lee may not have extended his 15-fight knockout streak on Saturday night, but he walked away with his 25th professional victory. Lee outboxed the motivated Zachary Ochoa en route to a unanimous decision victory. Judges Josef Mason, Tim Cheatham and Chris Migliore delivered the following scores at the end of his first full-length, 10-round bout: 99-91, 99-91 and 98-92.
While Lee failed to deliver the show stopping performance that he had hoped to, he remains a top prospect in a division that will likely fill up in the near future. Teofimo Lopez is expected to move up to the 140-pound division this year and fighters like Devin Haney, Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia are expected to follow in the near future. With Josh Taylor vacating all of his super lightweight title belts, Lee could contest for a title in the future, positioning himself for a lucrative fight in the near future.
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