Cyclone Promotions are proud to announce that unbeaten female super featherweight prospect Chantelle Cameron will make her second appearance as a professional on the undercard of next Saturday’s huge showdown between Josh Taylor and Ohara Davies at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow, Scotland and just like her debut the bout will be shown Live on Spike TV. It will be a busy July for the former GB standout as Cameron’s third fight will follow in quick succession on the sold-out return of Carl Frampton on July 29th in Belfast.
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The Northampton puncher impressed the crowd at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff and those watching at home on Spike TV on May 26 with her debut performance that highlighted the twenty-six year old’s potential in the professional ranks. Cameron produced six dominant rounds of precision punching to the head and body against debut opponent Karina Kopinska, displaying serious power and an air of composure that has many experts picking Cameron to win titles in the professional ranks.
Next up on July 8th in Glasgow Chantelle will face the teak-tough Bojana Libiszewska, a Polish boxer who has never been stopped in her twenty-seven-fight career to date. Libiszewska has mixed it with many of Europe’s best and prides herself on her resilience and powers of recovery, so Cameron will undoubtedly be in for a tough test at the Braehead Arena.
July 8th at Braehead Arena in Glasgow promises to be one of Scotland’s biggest nights of championship boxing this year. In the main event Scotland’s undefeated Commonwealth super lightweight champion Josh Taylor faces off against England’s unbeaten WBC Silver champion Ohara Davies. This fantastic clash of undefeated fighters is one of the most talked about domestic battles of 2017 and will be screened live and exclusively on Channel 5.
The rest of the undercard for ‘Bad Blood’ – Taylor vs Davies is packed full of the best Scottish boxing talent. In the chief support bout at Glasgow’s Braehead Arena is Edinburgh’s undefeated prospect Jason Easton, who boxes highly ranked Belgian contender Steve Jamoye for the vacant IBO Intercontinental super lightweight title in the chief support bout, while a host of local talent will also be in action on the big Braehead bill.
Unbeaten Coatbridge welterweight Gary Murray will box for the second time this year on July 8th in a four-round super welterweight contest against Hungary’s Gergo Vari. Also featuring is former amateur star Aston Brown who will make only his second professional start against Bulgarian hard-man Konstantin Alexandrov in a four-round middleweight contest.
Barrhead’s undefeated super bantamweight prospect Gary Rae will box for the fourth time this calendar year on July 8th at Braehead Arena when the man known as ‘Razor’ faces off against Spanish hard-man Luis Espinosa in a four-round contest. Glasgow’s Ally Black boxes on the big Braehead bill in a four-round welterweight contest against Hungary’s Pal Olah. July 8th at the Braehead Arena will also feature Edinburgh’s cruiserweight contender Stephen Simmons, 16(7) – 2, makes his return from injury in a six-round bout against Poland’s experienced Lukasz Rusiewicz.
The scene is set for an action-packed night of championship boxing on July 8th at Braehead Arena in Glasgow. The build-up to this exciting night could well rival the action in the ring on July 8th at Braehead Arena, so don’t blink folks. You can follow all of the build-up on our twitter handle – @CyclonePromo ; and/or our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/CyclonePromotions
Doors will open at 5.30pm at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Saturday July 8th.
Chantelle Cameron: “I’m delighted that my team are moving me so quickly, to have two fights within the space of a month on two huge shows, I really cannot wait! I’m boxing on Spike TV again. I know boxing on free-to-air TV will grow my profile and I’m looking to put on a big performance on July 8th. I want to pick up two good wins in quick succession and I’ll be pushing for titles by the end of the year.”
Shane McGuigan: “It’s a pleasure to work with Chantelle. She is a very dedicated fighter who is committed to every gym session and we’re developing her skill set every day. It is important for Chantelle to box on TV at such an early stage in her career, so it’s great that once again she will feature on the live broadcast on July 8th. Libiszewska hasn’t been stopped so Chantelle will have to be patient and pick her shots, if the stoppage comes great, but we’re expecting six tough rounds next Saturday.”
Barry McGuigan: “I’m looking forward to seeing Chantelle showcase all of her hard work over the past 6 weeks next Saturday at the Braehead Arena. Chantelle has bundles of talent plus the drive and determination you need to make it to the top level in this sport. It is such an important experience for Chantelle to box on two big shows in quick succession like this, she will learn a lot from this.”by