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HAVING been without a win in his previous three bouts, Ted Cheeseman claimed a crucial victory over Sam Eggington after 12 action-packed rounds in the first instalment of Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp series.

At the brand-new and highly impressive purpose-built open-air venue in the grounds of Matchroom HQ, both super-welterweights got to work quickly in what was a close and competitive opening three minutes. In the second, Eggington, 26, supplemented

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