Chantelle Cameron KOs Melissa Hernandez in Just 5 Rounds to Retain Title

Article by Rick Mohamed

Chantelle Cameron-too fast, too strong, too young for ageing Melissa Hernandez in defense of WBC super lightweight belt

Chantelle Cameron, 30, came into the ring the WBC Super Lightweight champion. After she defeated 41-year old Melissa Hernandez with a 5 round TKO, she left the ring the same way. 
Cameron was defending her newly-won belt for the first time, as she faced former featherweight champion Hernandez. Cameron dominated Hernandez from the opening bell, battering her with thudding shots. 
It was apparent that Hernandez was in for a long night. Cameron staggered her opponent early in the 3rd, and hit her with damaging power punches near the end of that round. 
She was credited with a knockdown in the 4th when Hernandez fell onto the ropes due to a barrage of punches from Cameron. Cameron was indeed too fast, too strong, too big, and too young for the veteran Hernandez. 
The 5th round ended at 1:38 when the referee saw that Hernandez wasn’t answering Cameron’s array of punches. He stopped the fight, awarding it to Cameron, who retains her title and raised her record to 14-0, with 11 KOs. Hernandez’ record slipped to 23-8-3, with 7 KOs. Congratulations are in order for “Team Cameron”! LETSGOCHAMP!! #THEBRAWLERSSPORTSBOXINGSHOW

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