MUHAMMAD ALI’S grandson Biaggio scored another first-round KO as he continues to fight the pressure of being related to the boxing icon.
The amateur lightweight returned in Atlanta against Travell Miller for his fourth bout with The Professional Fighters League.
And Biaggio, 24, recorded his fourth successive finish in the opening round with a stunning sequence of punches.
The American had Miller in trouble with a right hand and a follow up combination forced a knockdown.
Biaggio sensed the finish and swarmed Miller with a set of ground and pound shots which left the referee to stop the bout.
The ex-American football prospect extended his record to 4-1 and said: “My existence, just existing and being related to who I’m related to is pressure.
“I had pressure when I was playing football and that’s a whole different sport.
“I’m definitely going to have a lot more pressure participating in a combat sport.
“But I’ve had that since I was a little kid, I don’t care, I think how you deal with the pressure is more important.”
Biaggio does not yet have plans to turn pro as he continues to rack up wins and experience.
He said: “I wanted to be more patient, that’s something I’ve definitely got to work on.
“I’m still an amateur, I’m getting the experience, I’m just trying to get better every fight.”
Biaggio got the win in front of younger brother Nico, 22, a middleweight boxer and their godfather, rapper Flavor Flav.