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What time will Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Nicholas DeLomba fight start on Christmas

Vito Mielnicki Jr. and Nicholas DeLomba are set to face off in the ring on Christmas in a welterweight bout. We break down when the fight starts and how to watch the full card.

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Vito Mielnicki Jr during the weigh in at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas. Photo by Bradley Collyer/PA Images via Getty Images

Christmas has arrived and while it is a relatively quiet day for the sweet science, we do get some boxing later this evening. PBC contender Vito Mielnicki Jr. faces Nicholas DeLomba in a welterweight fight atop a card in Newark, New Jersey.

The card airs on FOX and runs from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET. If you don’t have a TV, you can catch it at If you aren’t able to access that live stream, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the full card.

Mielnicki was a four time Junior National Golden Gloves champion. This is his 11th fight and he’s working to bounce back from some adversity. After an 8-0 start to his career in 2019 and 2020, Mielnicki dropped a majority decision to James Martin in Los Angeles this past April. He returned in July here in Newark and secured a first round knockout of Noah Kidd.

DeLomba is 16-3 and coming off a unanimous decision loss to Richardson Hitchins. He has at least four title fights to his credit. He beat Oscar Bonilla in July 2016 to win the UBF All America junior welterweight title. The following April he lost a bid for the vacant WBC USNBC welterweight title. He followed that up in December 2017 with another winning of the UBF All America junior welterweight title and then successfully defended it in September 2018.

Full Card for Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Nicholas DeLomba

  • Main event: Vito Mielnicki Jr. vs. Nicholas DeLomba, 10 rounds, welterweight
  • Joey Spencer vs. Limberth Ponce, 8 rounds, middleweight
  • Keeshawn Williams vs. Anthony Velazquez, 6 rounds, welterweight
  • Yoelvis Gomez vs. Clay Collard, 6 rounds, junior middleweight
  • Travon Marshall vs. Brian Jones, 6 rounds, junior middleweight
  • Rajon Chance vs. Elon de Jesus, 6 rounds, junior featherweight
  • Michael Angeletti vs. Juan Muro, 6 rounds, junior featherweight
  • Michael Anderson vs. Noe Alejandro Lopez, 6 rounds, welterweight
  • Malik Nelson vs. Prince Martin, 4 rounds, bantamweight
  • Vincent Gigante vs. Robbie Anthony Rose, 4 rounds, welterweight
  • Dwyke Flemmings Jr. vs. George Gethers, 4 rounds, welterweight
  • Elijah Flores vs. Shannon Hawkins, 4 rounds, junior welterweight