Everything You Need To Know Ahead Of Chantelle Cameron Vs Mary McGee

Where? When? How to watch? Here's all you need to know ahead of Cameron's super-lightweight unification bout this weekend
06:55, 27 Oct 2021

Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee takes centre stage at the 02 Arena this weekend after a shoulder injury forced Dillian Whyte to call off his fight with Otto Wallin. It might not be the heavyweight showdown we had been expecting, but this super-lightweight unification clash is more than good enough to take top billing. 

The fight, which is also a semi-final in Matchroom's Road to Undisputed tournament where the winner will cement themselves as the number one women's boxer at 140lbs, sees Cameron’s WBC and McGee’s IBF belts put on the line, along with Ring Magazine title. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of a fascinating match-up...

When: 

Saturday October 30th. The main event will get underway at 7pm with the ring walks for the main event expected at 10pm, although this could change depending on the length of the undercard bouts. 

Where:

02 Arena, London, England. 

How To Watch:

The fight will be broadcast exclusively around the world on DAZN.

Tale Of The Tape:

Cameron

Place Of Birth: Northampton, England

Alias: Il Capo

Age: 30

Record: 14-0

Height: 5’8’’

Reach: 69’’

McGee

Place Of Birth: Gary, Indiana, USA

Alias: Merciless

Age: 35

Record: 27-3 (15)

Height: 5’6’’

Reach: 72’’

Last Fight: 

Chantelle Cameron was last in action in Las Vegas at the end of May, stopping Melissa Hernandez by TKO on the undercard of Devin Haney vs Jorge Linares to retain her WBC strap. Mary McGee meanwhile has been inactive since February 2020, beating Deanha Hobbs, also by TKO, to retain the light-welterweight IBF belt.

What They Say:

Cameron

“These tough fights against the other champions are what motivates me and pushes me in the gym, and you're going to see the very best Chantelle Cameron.” 

McGee

“I worked hard to become world champion and if I can defend my belt and take home some other belts too, so be it. Becoming a [Ring Magazine champion] would be a big moment, and my son is my motivation. I want my kid to see me come back up from the bottom and do great things.” [RING TV]

Undercard:

Chantelle Cameron vs. Mary McGee - WBC, IBF and Ring Magazine super-lightweight titles

Alen Babic vs. Eric Molina - heavyweight 

Craig Richards vs. Marek Matyja - light heavyweight

Youssef Khoumari vs. Jorge Castaneda - super featherweight

Johnny Fisher vs. Alvaro Terrero - heavyweight

Ellie Scotney vs. Eva Cantos - super bantamweight

John Hedges vs. Anthony Woolery - super middleweight

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