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Big Baby Miller A Killer in Niagara Falls



Big Baby Miller A Killer in Niagara Falls
Miller had a severe strength advantage over Guivas and finished things quick on CBS Sports Network.

Brooklyner Big Baby Miller racked up another win on Friday night at Niagara Falls, NY and on CBS Sports Network, scoring a TKO2 win over severely overmatched Nick Guivas.

In the first, Miller (17-0-1) landed several counter lefts. Then a body shot, left hook, sent Guivas (12-4-2) down. A right did it again at the end of the round.

In round two, down went Guivas yet again. And again. And I lost count, because the show went over and cut off after two hours. Did I miss one or two knockdowns?

The end came at 1:26 of the second.

Miller was 283 to 230 for the Kansan, who was not inclined to ward off the inevitable after eating a few hard shots.

Post fight, Miller to Steve Kim busted chops on fellow heavyweights Bermane Stiverne, Trevor Bryan, Wlad Klitschko and Tyson Fury, and Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua.

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