Take it or leave it – Cameron wants it her way in super fight rematch: “Favours for me this time”
Undisputed super-lightweight champion Chantelle Cameron put on a performance of a lifetime when she defeated boxing superstar Katie Taylor a few days back.
Not only did she defend her titles and undefeated record, she spoiled the Irish boxer’s homecoming in Dublin and put an end to Taylor’s perfect pro record.
Talks of an immediate rematch started as soon as the judges’ presented their scorecards, and speaking to Sky Sports, the 32-year-old undefeated champion confirmed that she will accept a rematch – if it’s under the right conditions.
“I’m up for it, but it’s got to make sense for me I think,” Cameron said. “The last fight everything was in favour of Katie Taylor, the whole show was around Katie Taylor and it should have been, it was her homecoming and what she’s done for women’s boxing is incredible, but for me to take the rematch I want a few things different. That’s for me and my team to talk about.”
“If there’s going to be a rematch there’s got to be some favours for me this time around.”
Read more: Swedish WBA champ defends Intercontinental Title on Saturday: “Not far from a World Title if I win”
Chantelle Cameron fought the fight of her life
Going into the biggest fight of her career, the undefeated champion felt she had a great camp and a gameplan that almost certainly would give her the win.
“It was the hardest fight of my life, I knew I had to develop the performance of a lifetime as well,” Cameron said.
“I think myself and my team always believed I had the beating of Katie Taylor, that’s why we took the fight straight away, we didn’t make any excuses or make it hard work to get the fight over the line, we agreed to everything thrown at us and we knew I had the beating of Katie Taylor.”
Read more: Anthony Yigit vows to deliver four rounds of pure action: “I’m so happy to fight in Sweden!”
Follow Frontkick on Instagram for more boxing news and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel!