Chantelle Cameron Pitches Shutout Against Victoria Bustos!

Chantelle Cameron Looking Towards Undisputed Fight at 140 or 147

Chantelle Cameron poses at weigh-in for fight with Victoria Bustos
Chantelle Cameron

Chantelle Cameron Dominates Victoria Bustos and Looks Towards Undisputed Fight!

At the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, unified 140-pound champion Chantelle “Il Capo” Cameron (15-0, 8KOs) turned away the challenge of the tough and durable Victoria Noelia Bustos (23-6) with a decisive victory.

Prior to stepping into the ring with Bustos, Cameron previously fought and decisively beat former IBF junior welterweight champion Mary McGee in October. The win added to her WBC title, which she won over Melissa Hernandez by fifth round TKO last May.

Bustos, whose resume is a true indicator of her willingness to fight anyone, showed again just how good her chin is. In all six of her losses, she’s never been stopped. That comes after sharing the ring with the likes of Cecilia Braekhus, Katie Taylor, and Erica Anabella Farias. While she was outclassed by Cameron, she proved that her chin is to be respected once again by going the distance with another quality fighter.


Il Capo, realizing that her opponent was moving and being elusive, used the jab to setup everything. The unified champion would double up with the jab while landing a left hook and hard right hands to the body. Bustos decided to stop moving and found some success landing the right hand over the jab of Cameron. Yet, Cameron turned up the pace, landing right and left hooks to the body, slowing down the two-divisional champion.

She continued to work the jab against the aggressive Bustos, catching her with more body shots and straight right hands. Bustos showed that championship mettle, coming forward and landing a good left hook and straight right-hand combination.


That jab, left hook combination by the unified champion was money. Cameron focused on the body going towards the end of the fight. As the right eye of Bustos started to swell, it was the left hook that was landing at will for Il Capo.

Bustos landed the occasional right hand. However, Cameron’s ring generalship and punch variation confused the two-divisional champion until the final bell sounded. All three judges saw it as a shutout, scoring it 100-90 for Cameron.

The next step is to hope the fight for undisputed can be rescheduled soon against unified champion Kali Reis. During the post-fight interview, Cameron expressed wanting to battle against undisputed welterweight champion Jessica McCaskill.

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By: Jerrell Fletcher

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