ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Olympic champions Mark Breland and Tyrell Biggs continued unbeaten as professionals Sunday night when Breland knocked out Reggie Miller in the second round, and Biggs pounded out a unanimous decision over Percell Davis.
Breland knocked Miller down twice before referee Joe Cortez stopped the bout at 1:40 of the second round. Breland, of Brooklyn, N.Y., improved to 14-0 with 10 knockouts. Miller fell to 18-6.
Breland, 147, put Miller down seconds into the fight with a jab followed by a right to the head. Miller, 147 1/2, dropped to his knees but jumped right up.
The same combination buckled Miller's knees midway through the second round. Miller fell to the ropes and Breland moved in with eight unanswered punches. A right to the head stiffened Miller in the middle of the ring and a left dropped him on his back, prompting Cortez to stop it.