Chantelle Cameron vs. Mary McGee
O2 Arena, London, England 30/10/21
WBC/IBF Female Super Lightweight Championship
Chantelle Cameron (15-0, 8 KOs) W PTS UD 10 Mary McGee (27-4, 15 KOs)
(WBC/IBF/Ring Magazine Female Super Lightweight Titles)
10x 2 Minutes
Chantelle Cameron added the IBF and Ring Magazine super-lightweight titles to her WBC belt after a fantastic victory against Mary McGee on Saturday.
The two women were headlining a Matchroom Boxing event at The O2 Arena in London on Saturday, with Cameron (15-0, 8 KOs) producing a sensational performance to come out on top.
It was non-stop action from start to finish, with both fighters throwing huge shots, but Cameron was getting the better of the exchanges in each round against McGee (27-4, 15 KOs).
McGee showed her toughness to last the distance, but there was only one winner, with the three judges scoring it 100-90, 99-91, and 99-92 as Cameron successfully unified the division.
Cameron said: “She was tough and we knew she would be. She was taking some big shots and was a powerful strong girl, but it feels amazing to now be unified world champion.
“It doesn’t matter to me who I face next, I’m taking the belts home with me and becoming undisputed. Thank you to all of the fans for coming out, along with MTK Global, Jamie Moore, Nigel Travis and Matchroom Boxing.”
Alen Babic (9-0, 9 KOs) W TKO 2 Eric Molina (28-8, 20 KOs)
8x 3 Minutes
Fight Notes: Molina was down in the opening seconds, and down multiple times whilst the bout lasted. Molina came with no desire and was seemingly just looking for a good time and place to lay down and out.
The last time Molina was down, the referee finally stopped the bout at 1:30 of the 2nd round.
Johnny Fisher (4-0, 4 KOs) W TKO 2 Alvaro Terrero (5-14-2, 3 KOs)
6x 3 Minutes
Fight Notes: A much better and polished fighter in Fisher was in full control for the opening bell. In the 2nd round, Terrero was down three times, with the referee waving off the bout the third time. The corner also threw in the towel just prior to the referee waving it off.
Time of the TKO stoppage was 2:06 of the 2nd round.
Craig Richards (17-2-1, 10 KOs) W TKO 6 Marek Matyja (20-3-2, 9 KOs)
WBA International Light Heavyweight Championship
10x 3 Minutes
British Craig Richards won the World Boxing Association (WBA) International light heavyweight championship after defeating Polish Marek Matyja by technical knockout in the sixth round during their fight this Saturday at the O2 Arena, in London, England.
Richards punished Matyja for almost the entire fight thanks to his punching combinations and the strength he showed. “Spyder” got a great win that helps him to position himself again among the top contenders in the 175-pound category.
A few months ago he fought the WBA champion, Dmitry Bivol, and although he could not win, he left a good impression and competed as an equal against the Russian. Now, against an opponent like Matyja, he displayed the best of his attack and looked comfortable in the ring.
The 31-year-old fighter entered the sixth round in total domination and connecting hard punches to his opponent. The Polish fighter was trying to survive but the punishment was too much, so the referee decided to stop the action.
Richards now has 17 wins, 2 losses, 1 draw and 10 knockouts. Matyja, on the other hand, dropped his record to 20 wins, 3 losses, 2 draws and 9 knockouts.
Jorge Castaneda (15-1, 11 KOs) W PTS MD 10 Youssef Khoumari (13-1-1, 5 KOs)
WBC International Silver Super Featherweight Championship
10x 3 Minutes
Fight Notes: The bout went the 10 round distance in a very close fight. The judges made it a majority decision win for Castaneda by scores of 95-95 (draw), 97-94 and 96-94 (Castaneda).
Ellie Scotney (3-0) W PTS 8 Eva Cantos (2-2)
8x 2 Minutes
Fight Notes: The bout went the 8 round distance with Scotney winning the judges scorecard, by a score of 79-73.
Jordan Thompson (11-0, 11 KOs) W KO1 Piotr Podlucki (6-6, 2 KO)
Fight Notes: Podlucki was down and for the count of ten in the 1st round. Time of the KO stoppage was 2:52.
John Hedges W PTS 6 Ben Thomas
Fight Notes: The bout went the distance with Hedges winning the referees scorecard. The score was 60-54.
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