Chantelle Cameron discusses her search for a 9-to-5 work before pursuing a career in boxing and recalls her dismissal from Tesco.

In a recent interview, Chantelle Cameron discussed the difficulties she encountered in her search for a typical 9 to 5 work, and she related a humorous anecdote about her termination from a position with the retailing firm Tesco.

Cameron is the first woman to win an uncontested title in the United Kingdom. She is the undisputed light welterweight champion. This coming weekend at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland, ‘Il Capo’ will defend her light welterweight belt against the undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor. The fight will take place. The 31-year-old fighter, who has never been defeated, is now riding a remarkable winning streak of 17 consecutive bouts and will attempt to extend it on May 20.

Chantelle Cameron explored possible alternative career paths in a recent interview with Michelle Joy Phelps on Behind The Gloves. She also recalled her unsuccessful attempts to acquire a regular work through several online employment portals. Michelle Joy Phelps is the host of Behind The Gloves. When asked what alternative line of work she would be interested in pursuing, she responded as follows:

I’ve always had the ambition to work in the field of physical education. I used to spend a lot of time on one of those websites looking for a 9 to 5 job. I gave it a shot for a while, but no one was willing to give me an interview, so I was unable to find job. There was no response from anyone.

Chantelle Cameron continued by telling the narrative of how she was fired from her job at Tesco, saying the following:

“I was fired from my job at Tesco. because you stole some hens. No, I was fired from Tesco, which makes it difficult for me to get another job… Because of this, I have no choice except to fight like a f**k.”

Katie Taylor vs. Chantelle Cameron: ‘Il Capo’ wants to spoil ‘KT’s homecoming party

Chantelle Cameron is sure that she will be able to defeat Katie Taylor and successfully defend her four light welterweight titles despite the fact that the fight will take place on the opponent’s home soil. In spite of the fact that the fans will be rooting against her, Cameron has recently been extolling the virtues of taking on Taylor in what will be her first fight in Dublin since February of 2016.

In a recent interview with ESPN, the British player discussed her mental approach to her impending championship defense and predicted that she will thwart the return of her opponent to their home country:

“There is no pressure on me, but there is a lot of pressure on Katie because everyone is there to see her… I don’t feel any of that pressure.” It’s all about Katie’s homecoming, and I’m going to surprise a lot of people by sabotaging that homecoming. “
She went on to say that

“She can’t handle me because I’m too large and busy. When it comes to fighting on the inside, despite Katie’s great speed, boxing ability, and overall skill, she is unable to hold it together. I’m bigger than you, and I’m adept at working on the inside. I also have a high work rate, and I’ve prepared for this fight more thoroughly than I’ve prepared for any other fight.”

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