It is held as part of the “Champions Series” activities.

Abu Dhabi hosts the Women's Boxing World Cup between Cameron and McCaskill

British world champion Chantelle Cameron (right) in a previous bout.

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On November 5, Abu Dhabi will host the first women's World Boxing Championship title in the Middle East, when American Jessica McCaskill challenges British opponent Chantelle Cameron to win the Super Lightweight title at the Etihad Arena on Yas Island.

Middleweight champion McCaskill enters the ring to face Cameron, the winner of the WBC and IBF light middleweight championships, after McCaskill moved to the lower weight category in an effort to enhance her professional record.

This fight is part of the first “Champions Series” event, which is part of a partnership between the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi and Match Room Boxing Company, and also witnesses an upcoming confrontation during which Dimitri Bevol will defend the WBA Light Heavyweight Championship against the well-known challenger Gilberto Ramirez. With Zordo.

The unbeaten Cameron, known as "El Capo", has racked up 15 unbeaten wins, including eight by knockout, to retain the WBC Light Welterweight Championship since 2020. McCaskill, who has 12 victories, has five Including a knockout for two defeats, for the title of undisputed world champion.

The event begins with Bevol's match against Ramirez, and also includes a confrontation between Welshman Joe Cordina (who holds 15 wins without losses, including nine by knockouts and one draw) against Tajikistan's Shoktjon Rakimov (who holds 16 wins without losses, 13 by knockouts and one draw). The International Super Featherweight Championship.

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