THE Fight WRITE
Redditch, Worcestershire – Saturday 22nd August 2020.
Isaac Chamberlain stopped Antony Woolery in the third round of their cruiserweight clash.
The pair met in a behind closed doors event at the Fly by Night Rehearsal Studios in Redditch, on the undercard of the Shakan Pitters v Chad Sugden British Lightheavyweight title clash.
Also known as ‘The Bull,’ Woolery performed well in the first couple of rounds. When the London man tried to back him up, he fired back.
He found some success when he countered Chamberlain midway through the first round. But the taller man from Brixton weathered the storm.
Both boxers showed their grit as the fight progressed, but Chamberlain’s size, strength, and piston-like jab began to stand out.
With just over a minute and a half left in round three, Chamberlain, who was by now finding his range, found the shot to end it.
A succession of hooks to head and body backed Woolery against the ropes. Then a pulverizing punch to the midriff sends the Midlands man to the canvas.
“My left hook is my money punch. I’ve been dropping everyone with the left hook.” Chamberlain told Channel Five after his win.