Claressa Shields (USA, women's middleweight): Shields won a gold medal at the London Games, becoming the first American female to win an Olympic championship in boxing.
The Flint, Michigan native has not lost a bout in the four years since and has added gold medals from the 2014 World Championships and 2015 Pan American Games to her collection.
Mackenzie, who had boasted his weight would drop from almost 300 pounds to the cruiserweight limit of 200, showed up at a bulbous 283 pounds and absorbed a second-round technical knockout at the hands of former Edmonton Eskimos star Adam Braidwood.
The promising Red Deer scrapper used his youth and reach to set a pace Mexican vet Cecilio Santos could not match and came away with an easy eight-round decision that boosted his mark to 10 victories (five knockouts) and one draw.
Middleweight Cody Ries of Calgary and vastly-overweight Edmonton heavyweight Paul Mackenzie did not come close to O’Connell’s solid performance.
For Braidwood, it was the most recent step on a long way back from drug addiction and prison terms.
His victory was greeted by a chorus of boos but many expressions of strong support were also heard.
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