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Friday night was a special and festive night for Kali “KO Mequinonoag” Reis. En route to becoming the new UBF Middleweight Champion of the World, she did something Holly Holm could not do. Not even Tori Nelson, Layla McCarter, nor Cecilia Braekhus could produce the result that Reis did on Friday… Stop Victoria Cisneros. Yet the Champ just did it within the opening round!

Cisneros is a warrior in the ring. She may not have the record that shows who she is a boxer, but she comes to fight.

The statement has been made!

Reis was the Main Event bout on Friday’s CES Boxing show at the Twin Rivers Event Center in Lincoln, Rhode Island in front of her hometown fans for the first time since 2012.

Photo credit: Emily Harney

Photo credit: Emily Harney

True to her ancestry (according to Wikipedia, ancestry includes Cherokee, Nipmuc, and Seaconke Wampanoag), Reis entered the venue like a true Native American warrior, bringing the crowd to overwhelming excitement.

The fan favorite came out from the opening bell with unstoppable and determined intentions, bringing the attack to Cisneros. Reis kept the barrage of clean punches to the face of the visitor, backing Cisneros into corners. Cisneros was able to fight out, but only to forced back into the ropes. After unanswered flurries of clean shots, the referee stopped the contest at 1:31 of the 1st round.

KO Mequinonoag Reis is on track for world dominance after the TKO1 added the UBF belt to her waist. She is now off to New Zealand for the WBC Gold and Green in April.

Congratulations Champ!

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