Advertisement: IBO Boxing
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com
Advertisement

Scott Fitzgerald Beats Ted Cheeseman With Controversial Decision

Newcastle Arena, Newcastle - In a battle for the British super welterweight title, Scott Fitzgerald (14-0, 9 KOs) won what was a questionable twelve round unanimous decision over Ted Cheeseman (16-2-1, 9 KOs). The scores were 116-113, 116-113 and 115-113.

Their mutual promoter, Eddie Hearn, felt Cheeseman had outboxed Fitzgerald for at least eight to nine rounds.

Fitzgerald was coming off his March cracker split decision victory over Anthony Fowler.

Cheeseman was coming in from what was a lackluster 2019, with a decision loss to Sergio Garcia in February and then a twelve round split draw with Kieron Conway in June - although most felt Cheeseman had clearly won that fight.

The contest began as a very calculated boxing match. Cheeseman was boxing and moving, making things very tough for Fitzgerald. He continued to boxing his way to making Fitzgerald miss many of his shots, while landing counters.

scott-fitzgerald (2)_1

The jabs and quick punches by Cheeseman were dictating everything. Fitzgerald was just not able to land much of anything and was getting picked off when attempting to land his shots. In the ninth, Cheeseman was picking up the pace with his punches and began to throw more combinations, with shots also going to the body. Fitzgerald was doing his best to get in close to land big hits.

Fitzgerald was making it more of a fight in the tenth. He was closing the gap and landing some shots, but Cheeseman was still answering back. The action played out in a similar manner during the eleventh, with Fitzgerald really targeting the body and putting his punches together.

In the twelfth, Fitzgerald came out firing as he sensed that he might be behind on points. He was digging back to the body. Cheeseman was still on the move, boxing and using defense to get out of trouble.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by PunchyPotorff on 10-20-2019

I thought Cheese Hedd won it... but really, neither fighter was doing all that much throughout the fight.

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 10-20-2019

[QUOTE=Mick Higgs;20134646]What's wrong with the name Cheeseman? Anyone remember Dads Army???[/QUOTE] Nope, don't remember that one. But we had a Dick Armey here in the States as a congressman some years back. Sounds like a **** actor... Dick Army. :lol1::crazy::rofl:

Comment by greeneye99 on 10-20-2019

[QUOTE=Mammoth;20134074]Or that he's very ugly[/QUOTE] Ugly? We talk Boxing here on this site Sooo Please take your Gay tendencies somewhere else...

Comment by Mick Higgs on 10-20-2019

What's wrong with the name Cheeseman? Anyone remember Dads Army???

Comment by Oldskoolg on 10-20-2019

[QUOTE=sportbuddha;20134071]I think the problem for Cheeseman is his name[/QUOTE] Agreed lol....

ADD COMMENT VIEW COMMENTS (14)
Advertisement
Top Headlines
Team Fortuna Send Request To WBC To Order Devin Haney Fight Michael Hunter-Chauncy Welliver on Ramirez-Lopez Card Michael Dutchover vs. Jose Luis Rodriguez Tops Card on Dec. 20 Eddie Hall vs. Hafþor Bjornsson: MTK Global Involved With Event WBC Super Middleweight Title Status Remains Under Review With Board Of Governors Lindolfo Delgado Inks Agreement With MTK Global Joshua v.s Pulev: Crowd of 1,000 in Play For Heavyweight Clash Hearn: Wilder-Whyte is Big Draw, But Whyte Must Beat Povetkin First Jazza Dickens in Top Form as Walsh Golden Contract Final Nears Eubank Jr: Anyone With a Middleweight Belt Is On My Hit List Crawford: I Done Called Out The Top Welterweights; No Need To Do It No More Caleb Plant Hoped To Face Canelo in December - But Deal Didn’t Work Out Lennox Lewis: I'm Still The Undisputed Champion Jeremy Hill Gets KO in Three, Tavoris Cloud Returns With a Win Frank Warren Talks Dubois-Joyce, Yarde-Arthur, Bentley, Fury, More Joe Cortez Still Hospitalized, Vows To Overcome COVID-19 Callum Smith: Canelo's Best Days Are at 160, At 168 I Beat Anybody! Manuel Jaimes Beats Cristian Santiago at Fronton Palacio Jai Alai in Tijuana Arum Stands By Crawford Comments, Disinterested in Promoting His Fights Joseph Parker's Coach Rejects Claim They Weren't Taking Fa Seriously Mike Tyson Willing To Face Fury, Joshua, Wilder in Exhibitions For Charity Munguia: Canelo Fight Has To Happen If We Both Keep Moving Forward Euro News: Arsen Goulamirian Injured, Poland Results, Yoka, More Pulev: I Will Expose Joshua To The World For A Second Time Alen Babic: Filip Hrgovic is a Fake, He Bet Against Me, I Want Him! Conor Benn: I Beat Formella More Convincingly Than Porter Did! Javier Fortuna Drops Antonio Lozada Twice in TKO Win Wardley: Does That KO Make Me Better Than Dubois? Boxing is Not That Cut and Dry Mikey Garcia: Tank Davis Is Real Deal & Deserves Credit, But Lopez Is The Man At 135 De La Hoya on Wilder, Spence, and Other PBC Fighters: I Built Them Conor Benn Shines, Dominates Sebastian Formella To Win Fabio Wardley Wipes Out Richard Lartey With Vicious KO Alen Babic Beats Down, Stops Tom Little in Three Hearn "Disgusted" Government Didn't Support Grassroots Boxing Francisco Vargas Returns, Stops Otto Gamez in Three Rounds Joseph Parker, Junior Fa Camps Hope To Reschedule Fight To March Errol Spence: Second Chance For Me And I Can't Let It Go Matthysse Jr. Wins by KO his Pro Debut in Cordoba, Argentina Hearn: Canelo Fight Coming at The Perfect Time For Callum Smith Ulysse Wins Big in Canada, Tapales Destroys Sonsona in General Santos City
Advertisement
Advertisement
Latest Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement