Live: Chantelle Cameron Vs Mary McGee plus Undercard

Chantelle Cameron (14-0, 8 KOs) has the chance to be within touching distance of the illustrious crown of undisputed champion as she puts her WBC super-lightweight belt on the line. Standing in her way is the IBF super-lightweight champion, the tough Amercian, Mary McGee (27-3, 1 NC, 15 KOs). The winner of tonight’s main event will be taking home both WBC and IBF belts, as well as the inaugral The Ring Magazine title. Alongside this, the undercard includes big heavyweight hitter favourites, Alen Babic and Johnny Fisher. The card also features the former British light-heavyweight champion Craig Richards, who will be making his return to the ring after suffering his second career loss to the WBA light-heavyweight strap holder, Dmitry Bivol in May. Starting the night off however will be the unbeaten British prospect Youssef Khoumari in his biggest test yet against Jorge Castaneda for the vacant WBC international silver super-featherweight title.

  • Cameron unifies the super-lightweight division

    Chantelle Cameron is now a unified champion as she retains her WBC belt, and taking Mary McGee’s IBF strap in the process. The judges scored the contest 100-90, 99-91, 99-92, which are all fair scorecards. Cameron remains undefeated whilst McGee suffered her 4th career loss.

    Cameron is now one fight away from becoming the undisputed champion, and will be keeping a watchful eye on Kali Reis and Jessica Camara on November 19th.

  • Round 10

    McGee really is looking for the knockout as she comes out swinging, looking for that one big shot. Cameron needs to be careful has she is getting caught by the wild blows of the American. The Brit is just covering up as McGee continues to walk forward throwing hooks, which are hitting the gloves of Cameron.

    The bell goes as Cameron survives the last ditch attempt of McGee who claims that last round. My Scorecard reads 98-92 in favour of Cameron. But now its down to the three judges at ringside to see who unifies the division.

  • Round 9

    It seems like both ladies are fighting on pure instinct as they trade backhands and then get onto the inside to exchange uppercuts. McGee continuously tries to walk forward, but ends up walking onto a shot from Cameron than edges backwards, she seems stuck between two game plans due to the technical skill of Cameron.

    Going into the final round, McGee will need a knockout as Cameron has surely just banked another round.

  • Round 8

    McGee is looking desperate and wild with her punches missing by a good way due to the movement from Cameron. A beautifully timed uppercut followed by an overhand right added to the troubles of the 35-year-old American. And yet another scrap in the last 20 seconds of the round saw Cameron land at least 4 clipping straight right hands to the chin of McGee.

    The class of Cameron is really coming through now as she picks up another round for me.

  • Round 7

    Another toe to toe exchange to open up the seventh round, with Cameron picking off McGee. McGee is having a bit more success this round as she goes for the body of Cameron who is looking like she could be tiring. The two scrapped on the ropes with Cameron looking the better of the fighters, but both women are smothering their work when they get on the inside.

    It was a closer round this one, I would edge towards giving McGee this round.

  • Round 6

    The American’s head movement has been better this round as she’s moving a lot more whilst boxing on the front foot. A solid left straight right on the button of McGee saw another onslaught from the who continues to offload quick and accurate combinations onto McGee. The round ended in another coming together with Cameron landing another overhand right onto the head of McGee.

    Cameron is now six rounds up for me going into the seventh round.

  • Round 5

    McGee is looking tired as her shots have become lazy and lack any conviction. A bit wide hook from Cameron put McGee off balance, who is now really feeling the pace of the fight. Despite this, the American landed some good uppercuts in the inside but Cameron was completely untroubled. Cameron’s footwork has been exemplary circling around McGee who is finding it incredibly hard to hit the constant moving target.

    A fifth round of the fight for Cameron.

  • Round 4

    McGee came out first putting Cameron on the back foot but a good straight shot from Cameron got McGee on the ropes. From then on for a good thirty or so seconds, both fighters went toe to toe, threw defence out the window and just scrapped as the fans roared. Cameron again came out better with McGee staggering out of it. It seems like McGee just can’t miss with another good right hook when coming out of the break. This fight is really heating up and is a great advertisement for women’s boxing.

    The successes for Cameron gives her another round of the fight for me and I don’t think you could argue a round for McGee so far this fight.

  • Round 3

    Cameron is ding brilliantly to step in throwing shots and stepping out without getting hit. McGee seems bewildered, under what to do to put together the puzzle of what is Chantelle Cameron. A good 1-2 at the end of the round finished another class display from Cameron in the third.

    It was the quietest round of the fight so far but another round for Cameron is surely in the bank.

  • Round 2

    McGee started the round very quickly throwing at least 5 jabs simultaneously. The American is really looking to push the pace with her shots this round being far more accurate. A short right hook out of the break was the best shot for Cameron this round. A huge closing exchange at the end of the round which saw both fighters letting their hands go with the bell having to seperate the too. Cameron got a sneaky push on McGee at the end putting her to the floor, angering the American.

    Another close round but Cameron again got the better of it.

What do you think?