Edited Press Release: In Chester, West Virginia on Wednesday, heavyweight Brian "The Beast" Minto, last seen taking out tough Vinnie Maddalone, picked up where he left off by punishing southpaw Forrest Neal in a bout that ended in a liver shot that kept Neal down for the full ten count in the second round. It was the fourth straight knockout loss for Neal, now 16-8 overall, while Minto moves up to 22-1... Crowd-pleasing junior lightweight Monty Meza-Clay used his skills to breakdown Jefferson Rodriguez before taking him out in the fifth round with blistering shots that dropped the tough Colombian twice, the second time leaving him dazed on the canvas. The rising Pittsburgh native Meza-Clay is now a perfect 18-0, while Rodriguez falls to 20-7... Former amateur star Verquan "The Show" Kimbrough continued his rise in the 130-pound class by landing a powerful right hand to close the books on Juan Manuel Matias. The end came in the first round when Matias regained his feet at the count of nine, but was clearly unable to continue and he almost fell through the ropes as he wobbled badly. Kimbrough is now 14-0-1 and Yankello hopes he is a major prospect. Matias is now 8-5, and like Minto's opponent, he has lost four in a row by stoppage... Minto, Meza-Clay, and Kimbrough are all developed products of trainer Tom Yankello, who four days earlier was in the corner of Calvin Brock when he beat David Bostice. Yankello is best known for his work with talented but troubled Paul Spadafora.