Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Chantelle Cameron Back, May 18 On Glasgow WBSS Card

By Elliot Foster

Chantelle Cameron will be back in the ring next weekend.

The 27-year-old from Northampton was in action just last month.

Cameron took out Feriche Mashauri inside two rounds at York Hall in London, exclusively live on iFL TV in the UK.

chantelle-cameronc

The lightweight, now trained by Jamie Moore and Nigel Travis and managed by MTK Global, swiftly had her next fight confirmed – back at the Old Ford Road venue in Bethnal Green against Aneesha Basheel on June 28, exclusively live on ESPN+ Stateside, in an official final eliminator for the WBC female lightweight title.

But ‘Il Capo’ will warm-up for her biggest fight to date on May 18, exclusively live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN Stateside, at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland.

She will fight on the undercard of the World Boxing Super Series at the venue which will see Josh Taylor take on Ivan Baranchyk in a challenge for the IBF world title at super-lightweight.

The fight will double up as a defence of Taylor’s WBC Silver title and the card is also graced with the presence of pound-for-pound star Naoya Inoue.

The Japanese bantamweight defends his WBA ‘regular’ title against IBF champion Emmanuel Rodriguez of Puerto Rico, whose belt will also be at stake.

Further additions to the card will be revealed in due course.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Post a Comment - View More User Comments (0)
Top Headlines Anthony Joshua: Andy Ruiz is Championship Level For Sure Joyce: Ustinov Win Proves I'm A Credible Opponent For Joshua Donaire: Figuring Out How To Beat Naoya Inoue Gets Me Excited! Deontay Wilder: Why Not Have Two, Three Fights With Luis Ortiz? Prograis vs. Taylor Will Have More at Stake Than WBSS Throne Dubois Plans To Do Damage on Gorman, Make a Statement Harvey Horn Added To Dubois-Gorman After Moving To 6-0 Wilder: Breazeale's Body Language Changed After First Right Whyte: Fury Makes No Sense, He's Always Contradicting Himself! Ronald Johnson Returns To The Ring on 6/15 in The Phillipines Raquel Miller, Jonathan Esquivel Get KO Wins at Gardens Casino Wilder Forces Us To Confront Our Fears & Joys In Boxing Fandom Roach Expects Pacquiao's Speed To Be Too Much For Thurman Wilder Manager Sees Joshua or Fury as More Likely For 2020 Kiko Martinez Plans To Return To 122-Pounds, Eyes World Title Ugas Hopes a Win Over Omar Figueroa Leads To World Title Shot Jeyvier Cintron Feels No Pressure Ahead of Koki Eto Eliminator Wilder: This Won't Be Like Lewis-Bowe, Joshua FIght Will Happen Jhonny Gonzalez Blasts Out Rafael Hernandez For Regional Belt Tyson Fury Praises Wilder For Big KO, Takes Dig at Joshua Photos: Gary Russell Jr. Retains, TKO of Kiko Martinez in Five Lipinets-Molina Targeted For July 20 Pacquiao-Thurman PPV Alantez Fox Drops, Stops Nick Brinson in Sixth Round Felix Alvarado Gets Dominant Win Over Reiya Konishi Juan Manuel Lopez, Emiliano Garcia Ends in a Majority Draw Jesus Rojas Drops Luis Castillo Three Times For TKO in Three Naoya Inoue: I Look Forward To Fighting Nonito Donaire Argenis Mendez: I Thought I Won, He Didn't Do Anything To Me Saunders: I Want Callum Smith - Canelo, GGG Don't Want My Style Gary Russell Puts Pressure on Haymon To Get Leo Santa Cruz Wilder: I Promise You, Have Patience, Joshua Fight Will Happen Photos: Deontay Wilder Brutally Blasts Breazeale - HUGE Gallery Josh Taylor Confident: Regis Prograis is Great - But I'll Beat Him Kevin Lerena vs. Vasil Ducar on June 8 in Emperors Palace Hearn: Wilder's Win Impressive, Joshua Fight Must Happen Next Video: Gary Russell Jr. Discusses TKO of Martinez, The Future Video: Andre Rozier Reacts To Deontay Wilder's KO of Breazeale Video: Deontay Wilder's Trainer Reacts To KO of Breazeale Video: Deontay Wilder Reacts To Vicious KO of Breazeale Deontay Wilder: I Told Breazeale I Love Him, We Shook Hands
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement