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MetiNews.Com - Ted Cheeseman sealed an unanimous decision victory over Sam Eggington in a thrilling encounter on the first night of the Matchroom Fight Camp. From Eddie Hearn's back garden at the Matchroom headquarters in Brentwood, Essex, boxing continued to roll on behind closed doors in the first of four live shows at the impressive venue in August.
Breaking News ! Ted Cheeseman sealed an unanimous decision victory over Sam Eggington in a thrilling encounter on the first night of the Matchroom Fight Camp. From Eddie Hearn's back garden at the Matchroom headquarters in Brentwood, Essex, boxing continued to roll on behind closed doors in the first of four live shows at the impressive venue in August. In the shadow of Hearn's childhood home, Bermondsey fighter Cheeseman sealed a clean sweep of the judges' scorecards after a brutal and brilliant contest against the battle-hardened Eggington. Cheeseman came into the contest without a win in his last three - defeats to Scott Fitzgerald and Sergio Garcia either side of a draw with Kieron Conway. But the 24-year-old secured a much-needed victory to boost his own prospects and also claim the IBF international super-welterweight title. Earlier on the show, James Tennyson claimed the British lightweight title with a sixth round stoppage of Gavin Gwynne. Read more Yarde unimpressed with 'boring' Lyndon Arthur win over Dec Spelman The Belfast fighter pounded his opponent with power shots from the opening bell but Gwynne stood firm, looking to take the fight to the later rounds. His resilience was broken mid-way through the fight however, with a big right hook forcing the Welshman to take a knee with Tennyson swarming in for the finish moments later. Fabio Wardley secured the vacant English heavyweight title with a third round stoppage of Simon Vallily. 25-year-old Wardley ended the contest in the third round, rocking his opponent with a short range left hook with the referee stepping shortly after. Dalton Smith meanwhile extended his professional record to 6-0 with a sublime fifth round KO of Nathan Bennett. After an explosive opening round, Smith’s superior quality began to show as the fight wore on before producing an explosive finish, sending Bennett to the mat with a huge right over the top. Jordan Gill opened the show with a very polished performance against former Commonwealth champion Reece Bellotti, securing an unanimous points victory. Live Updates New updates availableRefresh RESULT 2020-08-01T22:13:44.090Z Ted Cheeseman beats Sam Eggington via unanimous decisionJudges' scorecards:116-113: Cheeseman116-113: Cheeseman115-114: Cheeseman ACTION 2020-08-01T22:10:38.896Z Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 12A toe-to-toe finish here! Both men land huge shots - Cheeseman looks like he's about to drop after being buzzed with a big right but he pulls a huge shot of his own back to force Eggington off him, rocking his opponent and sending him to the corner!What a finish. This is going to be mighty close. ACTION 2020-08-01T22:06:07.690Z Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 11Cheeseman drifts between jab to head and body, working off the back foot effectively. But just as he seems to be back on top, Eggington comes back again with a stiff body shot of his own. Huge final round coming up. Advertisement ACTION 2020-08-01T22:02:52.256Z Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 10A slower round - Eggington perhaps wary he may need a big finish having dropped a perhaps the opening four rounds. He has come back strong however - big final two rounds ahead. ACTION 2020-08-01T21:58:27.446Z Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 9Eggington's left eye is looking a little bashed up - but he hurts Cheeseman with a short range hook.Cheeseman recovers well and forces his man back but Eggington boxes well off the ropes to keep the pressure on.Cheeseman is throwing a lot less as the round ends, Eggington finishes the stronger. ACTION 2020-08-01T21:54:21.213Z Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 8Good action in there, both men exchange furious flurries early in the round. Cheeseman gets his opponent into the ropes but Eggington keeps fires back.Big shots come in at the end of the round and Cheeseman has hurt Eggington again! He drives him back but Cheeseman fires back bravely, coming forward again with big shots of his own. That was probably Eggington's round up until that explosive ending. Advertisement ACTION 2020-08-01T21:50:10.343Z Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 7Eggington looks a tad stronger of the two with plenty of zip in his jab - this is his best spell of the fight.
Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 6Eggington comes back with a neat left hook but Cheeseman responds with a counter off the ropes.Eggington keeps coming forward though and lands a fine uppercut, slowing Cheeseman down again and landing a few more telling shots before the bell. Promising round for the Birmingham man.
Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 5Cheeseman lands a superb right hand and then goes to work with a neat flurry - no real power in them but shots that force Eggington back all the same.
Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 4Cheeseman has found his rhythm now - Eggington looks like he has successfully carried up that power from welterweight but his opponent has been able to pick through him at times.
Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 3A superb flurry of body shots from Cheeseman as he adds a bit of variety to offence. Eggington continues to throw plenty but not a lot is getting through with the Londoner nice and compact. The neater and more accurate work is coming from Cheeseman at the moment - that opening round was tight but he has taken the two since.
Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 2Eggington gets in with a good right hand early in the second, that jab looking a very effective tool in these opening stages. Cheeseman lands a left and follows it up with another big right that wobbles Eggington! The Birmingham fighter keeps his balance and goes straight back in to trade but Cheeseman follows up lands a few more for good measure.
Eggington vs Cheeseman | Round 1Crisp left hooks from Eggington early on as he looks to demonstrate he can carry his power up to super-welterweight. Tight opener with both men settling well.
Eggington vs CheesemanHere we go!
Bermondsey's Ted Cheeseman makes his way down and given where we are, the entrance is pretty impressive.
Ah, there it is. 'Sweet Caroline' gets its pre-main event slot even if there is no one here to sing along.
It's almost main event time - Sam Eggington and Ted Cheeseman will battle it out with the IBF international super-welterweight title up for grabs.
That finish came about in a flash - Gwynne looked to be holding firm in there but eventually he was broken down by those power shots.
James Tennyson beats Gavin Gwynne via sixth round stoppageVicious performance from Tennyson who claims the British title - his energy levels didn't dip and those shots finally wore the Welshman down.
Tennyson vs Gwynn | Round 6Gwynn is finally hurt - a huge right hook forces him to take a knee and he gets a standing count. He suddenly looks vulnerable and Tennyson wades in for the kill, forcing his man into the ropes and letting his hands go again.The ref has seen enough and steps in.
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