Chantelle Cameron
Chantelle Cameron believes her WBC super-lightweight world title fight with Adrian Dos Santos Araujo is the start of her dominance in the ring.
The Maverick Stars ambassador has already won the IBO version of the world title, but this fight represents a significant step up both in terms of opposition and belts on the line.  Chantelle said: "It would mean the world to me to be able to call myself a world champion.
"Obviously I won my IBO belt in my fifth fight but the WBC is a major world title so it's going to be a dream come true. Fingers crossed I win this WBC world title and then I want to go for all the other belts; the WBA, WBO and IBF."
Despite this being Dos Santos' first fight outside of her native Brazil, Cameron knows plenty about her upcoming opponent.
"I can remember Adriana Dos Santos from the amateurs when we were on the same circuit," Chantelle said. "I can remember watching her and thinking she was tough, she's beat some top amateur names so I know that she's well schooled and got that amateur pedigree as well."
There is no doubt in the Northampton fighter's camp that this is going to be her toughest test to date, and they have been preparing diligently for the task ahead.
"I'm expecting a tough ten rounder," Chantelle explained. "Dos Santos is there to be hit and she can take a shot so I imagine she's gonna be there for the full ten rounds, and she's going to try and stick it on my chest and be in my face."
With the pandemic sweeping the globe, it's been a difficult time for everybody, in and out of the boxing ring. For Chantelle though, it could still be one to remember, and for all the right reasons.
"If I get to call myself a world champion on October 4, then it's going to be the best part of the year for me, that's for sure!
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