Chantelle Cameron Net Worth

Chantelle Cameron’s net worth is $2.5 million. She is a British boxer who is still undefeated and won 16 fights in her professional boxing career earning from those matches and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates her worth over $2.5 million.

Chantelle Cameron Biography

Chantelle Cameron is a very famous and rising British professional boxer currently holding WBC, IBF and The Ring female light-welterweight titles.

She was brought into this world on 2 February 1996 in Shibuya, Japan. She has more than 62k followers on Instagram – chancam91.

She made his debut in 26 May 2017 against Karina Kopinska. Till date she has won 16 fights and is undefeated in his professional boxing career. She is 5’6 feet tall.

Personal Details

Real NameChantelle Cameron
Age31 years
Date of Birth14 May 1991
BirthplaceNorthampton, England
NationalityBritisher
ProfessionBoxer
Chantelle Cameron

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Early Life

In Northampton, England, on May 14, 1991, Chantelle was born. She attributes her passion for combat sports to watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Jean-Claude Van Damme movies and television shows, saying: “I adored all of those action movies. My fave Van Damme movie has to be Kickboxer. It has unbelievable fighting in it. The battle sequences and the fact that Buffy was a female role model made me appreciate her.”

Further world title ambitions At the age of 10, kickboxing was Chantelle Cameron’s first experience with combat sports. At the age of 16, he moved on to Muay Thai. She turned to boxing at the age of 18 after a stellar amateur career in which she went undefeated, earning amateur titles in the IKF and WAKO.

Boxing Career

The ABA Championships in 2010 and the ABAE Championships in 2015 were the two English women’s national titles that Chantelle Cameron won. She lost to eventual silver medallist Vera Slugina of Russia in the quarterfinals of the 2010 AIBA World Championships. Additionally, she earned a silver medal at the 2010 EU Championships and a bronze medal at the 2011 EU Championships, when she fell to eventual champion Katie Taylor of Ireland in the semi-finals.

Further world title ambitions – Her maiden match under MTK took place in April, when she defeated Feriche Mashauri by second-round TKO. In May, she competed in another non-title match and defeated Vaida Masiokaite by second-round TKO. After defeating Masiokaite, Chantelle gave up her IBO championship, stating, “I want to thank the IBO for helping me become a significant player in women’s boxing and for their support. To help other female boxers compete for this significant title and advance their careers, I will give up my IBO title.”

The WBC lightweight final eliminator matchup between her and Anisha Basheel took place on July 20 at the Brentwood Centre in Essex, England. The victor of Chantelle Cameron’s WBC Silver championship fight would have the opportunity to compete against Katie Taylor, the current undisputed female lightweight champion, for the WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring title.

Cameron won by unanimous decision in a fight that was characterised by sources as a dominant performance. For the first few rounds, Basheel hid behind the jab and seemed to be having difficulties reading the former champion. From round five onward, Cameron increased the pressure, launching power punches in combos and landing at will while her opponent was hardly ever disturbed. The fight was adjudged 100-89 by two judges and 100-90 by the third, earning Cameron a necessary strike against Katie Taylor.

Light-welterweight – In order to compete against former three-weight world champion Anah Ester S├ínchez, Chantelle had to step up in weight. Regarding his decision to increase his weight, Cameron said: “I’m not sitting here awaiting Katie Taylor. I decided to increase my weight for this final eliminator because I want to compete against any world champion.” The contest took place on November 9, 2019, at York Hall, and was a WBC light-welterweight final eliminator.

The winner was given the opportunity to take on Jessica McCaskill, the current WBA and WBC champion. After Sanchez was knocked out in the ninth round, Chantelle Cameron went on to win the bout by unanimous decision and earn the WBC obligatory spot in a different weight division. The fight was given a total score of 100-89 by two judges and 99-90 by the third. Cameron inked a multi-fight promotional contract with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Sport, it was revealed in July 2020.

FAQ

Who is Chantelle Cameron ?

Chantelle Cameron is a British Boxer.

When was Chantelle born ?

She was born on 14 May 1991.

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