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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Trenton, New Jersey — Mike Hilton, a Trenton, N.J. native,  may have found his next opponent if he accepts the challenge that was put in front of him. As Hilton was getting ready to have his hands raised for his defeat of Eric George, he was called out by a fellow fighter.

Bryan Daniels — who also fought in the Bridge Wars: The Kingdom of Judah at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, N.J. — called out Hilton. His fans — possibly even some relatives — got into Daniels’ face when he issued the challenge.

Boxer Mike Hilton

Boxer Mike Hilton

“You already know,” Daniels said to The Capital Sports Report.

Hilton is 5-0 in his career with five knockouts. He has won his last two fights in his hometown under Boss Lady Promotions.

Hilton ended his six-round special feature — which took place after Zab Judah dominated Jorge Luis Manguia in his second-round main event knockout — at 2:33 in the fifth-round.

George, his opponent, has lost four straight fights and fell to 4-14 overall.

Daniels won a unanimous decision over Damian Lewis in his cruiserweight fight. Hilton is also a cruiserweight.

Two judges had Daniels winning 39-27. The third judge had Lewis winning 40-36.

Daniels improved to 3-0 with the win. His opponent, Lewis, is winless, as he fell to 0-3.

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