Isaac Chamberlain And Sam Gilley Claim Domestic Titles

Mikael Lawal vs Isaac Chamberlain Card Results

Mikael Lawal vs Isaac Chamblerlain card winners
Mikael Lawal vs Isaac Chamblerlain card winners

Isaac Chamberlain Outboxes Lawal; Sam Gilley Wins A War

With two domestic-level cruiserweight titles on the line, Isaac “I C” Chamberlain (16-2, 8KO) kept his career off life support with a victory over Mikael “Lethal” Lawal (17-1, 11KO).

This bout was a one-sided sparring session between two former sparring partners. What promised to be fireworks turned out to be nothing more than a sizzling firecracker. Chamberlain controlled every aspect of the fight with the jab and sheer experience.

He took advantage of Lethal’s lack of activity, movement, and ring IQ. Chamberlain even was able to beat up the body of Lawal when they were on the inside.

Lawal threw no more than two punches at a time and allowed the smaller Chamberlain to bully him against the ropes. He lacked the experience needed to deal with Chamberlain’s fight plan.

When the final bell sounded, one judge scored it 119-111, as the other two had it 118-111 for Chamberlain. 3Kings Boxing had it 120-108 for I C.

Now the owner of the British and Commonwealth titles, Chamberlain should look to collect the English title from Viddal Riley.


In a domestic level showdown, Sam Gilley (17-1, 8KO) walked away with the Commonwealth super welter title after defeating Louis Greene 16-4, 10KO) via unanimous decision.

This fight started with Gilley boxing behind the jab, controlling the tempo of the fight. He couldn’t miss with the jab and straight right hand against the aggressive Greene.

In round five, he landed a perfect left hook on the button to the body that dropped Greene to the canvas. Gilley continued to pour on the attack by peppering his opponent with sharp compact shots.

In the second half, Greene stormed back into the fight with thunderous power shots that temporarily stopped Gilley’s momentum on a few occasions.

Realizing the fight may be tight on the scorecards, both fighters closed out the final rounds strong. Gilley tagged his opponent with right hands and left hooks to the body.

Greene refused to surrender the title without a fight and landed several right hands that rocked Gilley.

The judges scorecards were 118-110, 117-110, and 116-111 in favor of the challenger. 3Kings Boxing scored the fight 114-113 for Gilley.

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