‘I’m capable of beating them all’: British champion has no plans to relinquish her world title

Chantelle Cameron is the new WBC super lightweight champion and tells Andy Baber how her first taste of success has only made her hungrier

Tuesday 05 January 2021 16:45 GMT
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WBC super lightweight champion Chantelle Cameron
WBC super lightweight champion Chantelle Cameron (Mark Robinson)

Chantelle Cameron has no intention of resting on her laurels after claiming her first world title, insisting that one is not enough as she looks to unify the division in 2021.

The Northampton fighter delivered a superlative performance when her time finally arrived in October, winning every round of her bout against Brazil's Adriana Dos Santos Araujo.

Her unanimous points victory took her record to 13-0 since turning professional in 2017 as she secured the WBC super lightweight title relinquished by Jessica McCaskill.

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