Chantelle Cameron: Unified world champion on 'rubbish' six months and 'disappearing' from boxing - 8x - English

Chantelle Cameron: Unified world champion on ‘rubbish’ six months and ‘disappearing’ from boxing

Chantelle Cameron: Unified world champion on 'rubbish' six months and 'disappearing' from boxing

Chantal Cameron is set to shake off her “disappointment” with Victoria Bustos in Saturday night’s World Cup race in London.

The 31-year-old Briton has not boxed since October, when he defeated Mary McGee of the United States and became the world lightweight champion of WBC, IBF and Ring Magazine.

It was a sure bet to start a potentially undisputed battle against U.S. belt champion Kylie Reese, the WBA and the WBO. Craig Richards at the O2 Arena this weekend

Without a loss in 15 fights, Cameron considered stopping boxing early in his career. However, she found new life when Eddie Hearn’s was promoted.

The hopes are high as Reese and his rivals McGee and Jessica Camara sign a title contract that will lead to an undisputed battle.

But when Reese was unable to fight after defeating Camara, Cameron said there was no one left on her land. It is because she hoped to fight in early 2022.

“I took a break from changing gyms while trying to get out of the box. But for the first time I lost motivation and thought ‘this is ridiculous, boxing sucks’. It was a psychological battle.

“If you do not box, you will pay dearly. If you do not box, you will not find sponsors. I must be there, my performers have to talk about me, or they will ignore you, it is gone.” It will cost you and delay your career. ”

The 33-year-old Argentine Boston is 22-6. She competed in several world championships, losing to lightweight Katie Taylor and middleweight Cecilia Blacks.

Despite his pedigree, this is not the opponent Cameron wants. There is no mistaking his focus on securing the degree, but he admits he is not sure if there will be a quarrel with Reese this year.

Cameron is looking forward to returning to the women’s boxing wave. It is with Taylor and Amanda Serrano leading women’s boxing to new heights. Also, Clarissa Shields facing Savannah Marshall this year

Last update: : June 11, 2022

Category: Boxing