Chantelle Cameron vs Katie Taylor 2 live updates, results: Taylor gets revenge and claims undisputed at 140

For weeks Katie Taylor said that her rematch with Chantelle Cameron would be a completely different fight and the Irish icon was true to her word, scoring a hard-fought 10-round majority decision over Chantelle Cameron to claim the undisputed super lightweight championship. Official scores were 98-92, 96-94, and 95-95.

Taylor (23-1, 6 KOs) was determined to avenge the only loss of her career and she got off to an electrifying start. The victory sees the Bray native equal Claressa Shields and Terence Crawford, as the only three two-weight world champions in the four-belt era. It was a remarkable triumph and perhaps a career-best win.

“Two-weight undisputed world champion, that sounds very nice,” said a jubilant Taylor during her post-fight interview with DAZN. “That was the longest six months of my life, waiting for this rematch. This is my real homecoming tonight. Whoever wrote me off doesn’t know me very well. I was offended that I was the underdog for this fight.”

“The last fight you seen the worst of me and the best of Chantelle. That was a close fight. Tonight, you saw the real me and when I box like that, no one can beat me. Let’s get the trilogy at Croke Park.”

WATCH: Cameron vs. Taylor 2 exclusively on DAZN

There was no languishing on the ropes from Taylor this time, and conversely, there was a concerted effort to keep the action at ring center. One moment of drama occurred in the opening round when Cameron appeared to deck Taylor with a sharp jab, but the referee immediately ruled no knockdown. Staying composed, the challenger then did a great job of avoiding Cameron’s jab and frequently countered off that shot before escaping off to the sides and finding space.

Cameron (18-1, 8 KOs) struggled to get set against this more mobile version of Taylor, whose speed was evident in the early going. The Northampton-born champ did begin to find success in the middle rounds, punishing the body and bullying the challenger on the inside, but she was distracted somewhat by a large laceration on her forehead that she sustained from an accidental butt in the third.

When the fight began to turn slightly, Taylor reached deep down into that vast reservoir of championship experience to win rounds when it mattered most. Buoyed by a fever-pitch home support, the Irish warrior ignored the exhaustion and let her hands go in rapid-fire bursts down the stretch. Cameron just didn’t have the sharpness and was a step behind on speed.

This was an epic victory for a 37-year-old fighter who looked as good as ever in exacting revenge, setting up a gargantuan 2024.

Chantelle Cameron vs. Katie Taylor 2 live updates, highlights, results


Round 10: Given the location, Cameron should have come out blazing in the final round, but she was far too hesitant in this round. Taylor needed a breather and she got one. She also scored with the better shots and should have a historic victory.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Taylor (96-94 Taylor)

Round 9: Very messy round with neither fighter producing much in the way of clean work. Taylor is guilty of holding but the odd burst probably won the round for her. Blood is flowing from Cameron’s head.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Taylor (86-85 Taylor)

Round 8: Biggest round of the fight for Cameron, who is piling on the pressure and punishing Taylor up close with uppercuts and body shots. There’s the feeling that the challenger is running on empty.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Cameron (76-76)

Round 7: Terrific action in this round and while Taylor scored some great shots, she absorbed plenty back. Cameron’s work was more effective in this round.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Cameron (67-66 Taylor)

Round 6: Taylor is forcing out the work although she looks very tired at this point. Cameron finds the body, but the challenger’s bursts are so eye-catching.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Taylor (58-56 Taylor)

Round 5: Cameron fighting better, but she’s neglecting the bodywork that paid dividends in the first fight. Taylor’s rapid blasts are catching the eye and driving the crowd insane. Even if Cameron is edging rounds on the jab, they’re up for debate.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Cameron (48-47 Taylor)

Round 4: Better round for Cameron, who worked the jab and backed Taylor up for most of the session. The Irish hero is still releasing sharp shots but lost her accuracy in this session.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Cameron (39-37 Taylor)

Round 3: Taylor boxing smart but under terrible pressure from the champion. Cameron’s aggression is being nullified by some smart clinching from Taylor. The visitor needs a breakthrough and has a large cut on her forehead from a clash of heads.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Taylor (30-27 Taylor)

Round 2: Furious pace and Taylor boxing much better than last time. Some excellent counters land on Cameron, who continues the forward march. As much as Taylor took the round, one senses that the champ’s pressure will take a toll.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Taylor (20-18 Taylor)

Round 1: Fast start from Katie Taylor who hit the ground running in the opener. Blazing fast fists and staying away from the ropes. Cameron floors Taylor with a jab, but the referee rules no knockdown. That being the case, first round to Taylor.

SN unofficial scorecard: 10-9 Taylor

10:37 p.m. GMT/ 5.37 p.m. ET: The defending champion Chantelle Cameron follows and looks no less intense ahead of this rematch. We’ll now switch to round-by-round scoring.

10:31 p.m. GMT/ 5.31 p.m. ET: Insane atmosphere in the arena with “Sweet Caroline” blasting out the speakers as Katie Taylor begins her ring walk. The Irish star enters to “Raise a Hallelujah” as the sold-out crowd goes wild. Taylor looks laser-focused for this one.

10:10 p.m. GMT/ 5:11 p.m. ET: Irish lightweight Gary Cully gets back in the win column by overcoming Reece Mould via 10-round split decision. Cully took a while to get going, but his sharp shooting was in evidence by the midway point. Mould had his moments, particularly with some effective body punching, but he couldn’t do the damage required to turn the fight in his favour.

9:05 p.m. GMT/ 4:05 p.m. ET: Welterweight Paddy Donovan extends his unbeaten streak to 12 with an impressive fourth-round stoppage of Danny Ball. Donovan floored Ball with a solid left hand and went all out of the finish when his opponent rose. Seeking an escape route, Ball drifted to his left, but Donovan nailed his man with a savage body shot. The corner of the stricken fighter threw in the towel before the referee could administer a count.

8:35 p.m. GMT/ 3:35 p.m. ET: Following a slow-paced and dull fight at heavyweight, Irishman Thomas Carty finds the punches to take down Dan Garber in the eighth and final round of an all-southpaw collision.

8:17 p.m. GMT/ 3:17 p.m. ET: Defending undisputed super lightweight champion Chantelle Cameron enters the arena looking all business ahead of the eagerly anticipated rematch with Katie Taylor. 

7:53 p.m. GMT/ 2:53 p.m. ET: Next up is an Ireland versus England collision at heavyweight between Dublin’s Thomas Carty and Yorkshire’s Dan Garber.

7:42 p.m. GMT/ 2:42 p.m. ET: Australian star Skye Nicolson secures the ninth win of her pro career, as well as her first stoppage, by outclassing Swedish fighter Lucy Wildheart en route to a ninth-round TKO. Nicolson dominated the fight from start to finish and looked impressive in retaining her interim WBC featherweight title.

7:37 p.m. GMT/ 2:28 p.m. ET: Home fighter and challenger for tonight’s main event Katie Taylor arrives at the arena and receives a huge ovation from the fans when they see her on the big screens.

7:28 p.m. GMT/ 2:28 p.m. ET: Popular Irish lightweight Gary Cully enters the 3Arena for his match against Reece Mould. Cully is coming off a shuddering defeat to Mexican puncher Jose Felix, which took place on the undercard of Taylor vs. Cameron 1.

7 p.m. GMT/2 p.m. ET: Hello and welcome to The Sporting News’ live coverage of the Cameron vs. Taylor rematch. On the undercard, we have an interim women’s WBC featherweight title bout as Skye Nicolson defends versus Lucy Wildheart. After that, a pair of Irish fighters star on home soil, with Gary Cully aiming to bounce back from a first pro defeat, before Paddy Donovan tries to keep his 0 in the chief support. 

Chantelle Cameron vs. Katie Taylor 2 fight card

  • Katie Taylor def. Chantelle Cameron via majority decision (98-92, 96-94, and 95-95) for the IBF, WBA, WBC, WBO, and The Ring super lightweight titles
  • Paddy Donovan def. Danny Ball via TKO 4 (2:41); Welterweights
  • Gary Cully def. Reece Mould via 10-round split decision (97-93, 96-93, 93-97); Lightweights
  • Skye Nicolson def. Lucy Wildheart via TKO 9 (1:11) for the interim WBC featherweight title
  • John Cooney def. Liam Gaynor via TKO 1 (1:29); Super Featherweights
  • Emmet Brennan def. Jamie Morrissey via TKO 8 (2:12); Light Heavyweights
  • Zelfa Barrett def. Costin Ion via eight-round decision (78-75); Super Featherweights
  • Giorgio Visioli def. Lee Anthony Sibley via TKO 4 (1:21), Lightweights
  • Thomas Carty def. Dan Garber via TKO 8 (2:19); Heavyweights

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