Chantelle Cameron’s WBC super lightweight world title defense has unfortunately been postponed after she suffered an injury.

Undefeated Cameron (13-0, 7 KOs) was set to make the first defense of her world title against mandatory challenger Melissa Hernandez on March 20, but the fight is now unable to take place on that date.

Cameron superbly won the title back in October with a dominant victory over Adriana dos Santos Araujo,and also holds victories over the likes of Anahi Ester Sanchez, Anisha Basheel, Jessica Gonzalez and Viviane Obenauf during her career.

IN OTHER NEWS: It’s set to be another evening of 50-50 fights when an action-packed MTK Fight Night returns to the University of Bolton Stadium on March 12.

The event will be broadcast in the US on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank and worldwide on IFL TV, and includes the WBO European welterweight title fight between Lewis Crocker and Deniz Ilbay, and the clash between Gary Cully and Viktor Kotochigov for the vacant WBO European lightweight title.

Several of the fights on the undercard have now been confirmed, including a fantastic rescheduled battle at welterweight, as undefeated Sahir Iqbal (8-0, 1 KO) goes up against Liam Wells (7-1, 2 KOs).

Jordan Reynolds faces a tough test as he prepares to enter the paid ranks for the first, colliding with former Southern Area title challenger Robbie Chapman (6-6).

Highly-rated Adam Azim (1-0) is also back in action, with the teenage sensation looking to build on the impressive showing he produced in his professional debut back in December.

Featherweight contender Isaac Lowe, and fellow debutant Carl Fail are also in action, with opponents to be confirmed soon for Azim, Lowe and Fail.