Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron: a fight between two undefeated champions
by ARYAN LAKHANI | VIEW 397
Katie Taylor is set to make her return against Chantelle Cameron on 20th May in 3 arena Dublin for the first time ever in her home country. Without question, it's going to be one of her toughest tests, and one fighter will lose their consistently maintained undefeated boxing record.
A win for Katie Taylor will allow her to secure titles in two different weight classes. Chantelle Cameron has a professional boxing record of 17-0 (8 KO's), and Katie Taylor has a record of 22-0 (6 KO's). On the 20th may somebody's hard earnt 0 is going to go – unless, of course, the scorecards and judges declare a draw.
The match was originally scheduled for Amanda serrano and Katie Taylor, but Amanda was forced to pull out of the fight due to an injury in training.
Katie Taylor's response to the whole fight replacement scenario
"Once Serrano pulled out this was the natural fight to make" said Taylor, and further spoke about the fight on 20th May as quoted by espn.com "It's two undefeated, reigning undisputed world champions going up against each other and I believe that's the first time that's ever happened in the modern era of the sport".
Katie Taylor aims to become the two-weight undisputed champion of the world "People have been talking about this fight for a long time now so I'm delighted it's happening and I'm looking forward to becoming a two-weight undisputed champion in Dublin on May 20".
Something is better than nothing, all fights fans were eagerly waiting for Serrano vs Taylor rematch after a controversial split-decision, but this matchup is equally exciting, and all fans around the world will be tuning in for this event.
Chantelle Cameron expresses her thoughts on fighting Katie taylor "It feels surreal that the fight is actually happening," Cameron said. "It feels like my whole professional career has been based around this fight and I never imagined it would actually happen for one reason or another".
It is a massive opportunity for Chantelle Cameron to shine, and she will definitely be looking forward to cementing a dominating spot in the history of women's boxing.