CHANTELLE CAMERON will aim to unify the super-lightweight division tonight as she takes on American Mary McGee for the WBC and IBF titles at the O2 Arena.
Elsewhere on the card, heavyweights Alen Babic and Johnny Fisher are in action, while Ellie Scotney also fights for the first time since March.
Dillian Whyte was set to main event tonight’s card, but a shoulder injury shelved his fight with Otto Wallin, elevating Cameron vs McGee to the top spot instead.
- TV/Stream: DAZN
- Start time: 7pm BST
- Chantelle Cameron vs Mary McGee
- Craig Richards vs. Marek Matyja
- Youssef Khoumari vs. Jorge Castaneda
- Alen Babic vs. Eric Molina, heavyweight
- Jordan Thompson def. Piotr Polucki STOPPAGE
- Thomas Carty def. Igors Vasiljevs STOPPAGE
- Johnny Fisher vs. Alvaro Terrero, heavyweight
- Ellie Scotney def. Eva Cantos DECISION
- John Hedges def.. Anthony Woolery DECISION
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FIVE MINUTES TO GO
Boxing will commence in five minutes, kicking off with Youssef Khoumari against Jorge David Castaneda for the WBC International silver super-featherweight title.
Already, Ellie Scotney extended her unbeaten record to 3-0 with a win against Eva Cantos.
The headliner tonight sees Chantelle Cameron defend her WBC, IBF and Ring Magazine super-lightweight titles against Mary McGee.
Ellie Scotney extended her unbeaten record to 3-0 with a win against Eva Cantos.
Scotney won a 79-73 points verdict at the O2 Arena in London, her first under new trainer Shane McGuigan.