Titles Won and Lost in Coventry | H46PRO Boxing League.
There were thrills, spills and upsets in Coventry on Friday night as the penultimate show of 2019 took place at the Sports Connexion in Coventry England.
Henry Overthrow went to 3-0 (3 KOS) when he defended his Contender Light Welterweight title with a first round stoppage against, Jamie Jaques. What next for Overthrow he now must be looking to step up to SILVER Title level contention?
Contender Lightweight Champion stepped up to Silver Level on 3 days notice to take on Lee Alexander for the Silver variant of the belt, the short notice told as Alexander became a two weight champion at Silver Level with a UD Victory though not at his best he would be looking for a quick fire defence in the New Year.
On a side note Williams keeps hold of his Contender Title and will be looking for a defence before a possible rematch with Alexander in Summer of 2020.
In an upset Karis Dalziel dropped her Silver Middleweight Title at the first defence when she came up short against Lauran Walker from Accrington, Walker was the Lighter of the two only just making the 70kgs Middleweight Limit but showed some excellent defence and counter punching skills to keep the onslaught attacks of the Champion at bay scoring a UD decision on Rob Jones score card. Walker is excited to either defend or step down a weight class as her more natural weight is either at Welterweight or even Light Welterweight with a proper camp. What’s Next for the former Champion Dalziel??? She has already called for a rematch so its back the drawing board on that one.
In other Title action Ira Rowe became a 2 weight champion stepping down 2 weight classes from Middleweight to defeat former Welterweight Champion Jamie Paton in a convincing PTS victory. Rowe who feels he can move up and down the divisions and dominate. Word is he may even fight for the Welterweight strap in Cardiff?? Surely not?
Top of the bill saw Marvel Silverfox unbeaten for over 2 Years at Title Level take on Silver Champion Zane Ward over 5×2 Minute rounds for the Middleweight Gold Title, in back and forth action throughout the match up Zane Ward showed why he is the most improved fighter in the League in 2019 when he started to overpower Silverfox who seemed a little of balance and took 2 rounds to shake off the ring rust. As the fight wore on Wards superior fitness started to tell landing some sickening body shots late in the fight. In the end it was Ward who was declared the Victor an Unanimous decision victory.
Kara Lees President of Live Events said “Yet again we are showing why we are best Combat Sports League in the U.K by putting on some brilliant events across the country, tonight was a brilliant showcase of heart and determination and again it was apparent that everyone enjoyed a trouble free well organised event, we cant wait to finish the year in Cardiff on the 23rd!”
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