Matchroom Boxing kicked off their Fight Camp series of events from the lovely backyard of Matchroom Headquarters in Essex, England, on Saturday with a wild brawl amongst Ted Cheeseman and Sam Eggington for the IBF international super welterweight championship. Eggington gave as excellent as he got as the two males stood toe-to-toe for 12 rounds, but in the finish, Cheeseman managed to do just sufficient to edge out the victory on the judges’ scorecards to capture the secondary title.Eggington opened the fight speedy, setting up a rapid pace and attempting to force Cheeseman to fight off his back foot. That’s not to say Cheeseman did not have his opening-round good results as properly, throwing some stiff jabs and mixing in crisp energy punches in amongst the higher-volume perform of Eggington.
That perform paid off when Cheeseman took Eggington’s legs in the final minute of the second round. Crisp overhand rights from Cheeseman buckled Eggington’s knees, but he smiled, moved to the ropes and weathered the comply with-up storm from Cheeseman ahead of moving forward once more to fire back, landing a thudding left hook of his personal as the round came to a close. Things settled into a pattern more than the subsequent handful of rounds, with Eggington attempting to stress, realizing no other way to fight, Cheeseman, nevertheless, did a fine job of riding out the flurries ahead of exploding with his personal tough, clean combinations and hurting Eggington. But Eggington refused to back off, nonetheless attempting to make anything occur by way of sheer volume and will.