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A former All-American linebacker for Michigan State University, 6-2, 242 pound Seth“Mayhem” Mitchell was seemingly destined for the NFL before knee injuries ended his football career. 
Despite this crushing disappointment, Mitchell graduated from Michigan State with his degree in criminal justice and security management, but was at a crossroads in his life.  Soon, fate would intervene when he saw an old football rival boxing on television and decided that he would put on the gloves and give the sport a try.
Beginning his training in 2006, Mitchell was a quick study in the fight game, and the Maryland native quickly set his sights on the Super Bowl of boxing, the world heavyweight championship. In January of 2008 he made his pro debut with a four round decision win over Mike Miller, and he went on to stop two of his next three opponents, with the only blemish on his record a four round draw in March with unbeaten Alvaro Morales.
The second half of 2008 has been just as successful for “Mayhem”, with wins over Henry Namauu (KO1), Ryan St. Germain (TKO2), Mike Miller (W6), Shidevin Brown (W4), and Dan Whetzel (TKO1) upping his impressive pro slate to 8-0-1 with 5 KOs.
After a busy 2009 campaign that saw him add seven more wins to his record (four by knockout), “Mayhem” started off 2010 with his sights set on bigger and better targets and he hasn’t missed a beat thanks to a third round stoppage of Ryan Thompson in April, and a second round TKO of 22-1 Johnnie White in May.
On July 31st, Mitchell made his debut in the fight capital of the world, Las Vegas, against veteran contender Derek Bryant, and “Mayhem” delivered the goods in his biggest fight to date, stopping Bryant in just 105 seconds.
Mitchell returned to the ring on October 15th and scored yet another first round knockout, dropping Derrick Brown three times before the end came at the 2:59 mark.
Mitchell will finish out 2010 on December 11th in Las Vegas as he takes on seasoned competitor Taurus Sykes.