BcB Emerging Stars
BcB promotions Emerging Stars 9/6/18 Photos by James Deen
Black country Boxing Promotions held their latest show “Emerging Stars” at the Willow Suite Willenall. There were seven fights on the bill with two four rounder’s and three six rounder's with all of them over three minutes. There were also 2 titles on the line with female boxer Lauren Johnson going for a international challenge belt over eight two minute rounds in only her third fight. Top of the bill was the unbeaten Midlands area bantamweight champ Kyle Williams taking on the English champ Thomas Essomba for his English title. With Ben Walters comparing the show as always, Shaun Messer refereeing and the stunning Lindsey Clarke as the ring girl, the stage was set for a great night of boxing.
4x3 With Ben Walters comparing the show as always, Shaun Messer refereeing and the stunning Lindsey Clarke as the ring girl, the stage was set for a great night of boxing. Connor Lee Jones v Liam Richards
Unfortunately we arrived late for this fight but I was informed that Jones put on a great display of boxing and won the fight convincingly 40 to 36 on the refs score card.
Connor Parker v Ibrar Riyaz 6x3
Nice tidy start by Parker with some great jabs and one, twos. Parker mixed it up in the second, moving nice and working from head to body well.Riyaz started to put some pressure on Parker in the fifth, Parker replied with some sweet combinations winning the round with ease. The final round saw the pace slow but Parker continued to bang in good shots to win a shutout victory.Parker's confidences grew in the third round as he shot out fast sharp combinations and showed some great movement. The forth round saw Parker put some hurtful shots in. Riyaz could do little against Parker’s speed and shot selection and covered up to see the round out.
Dexter – 60-54 Ref- 60-54 Parker wins on points
Fight 3 Heavyweight Anthony Woolery v Remigiijus Ziausys
14.6 4x3 13.9
Woolery came out firing in the first round and really put it on the veteran journeyman Ziausys. Ziausys covered up well and saw the round out with ease. Woolery continued to bang in heavy shots in the second, Ziausys fired back with some good shots of his own, but Woolery's size and power won him the round. The third saw Woolery really banged in some heavy shots, Ziausys covered up well but you could see some where getting through. Ziausys came out of his shell in the final round, Woolery continued to bang in heavy shots and won the round convincingly.
Result Dexter 40-36 Ref 40-36 Woolery wins on points
Fight 4 Middleweight Craig Morris v Chris Jenkinson 11.4. 6x3. 11.3
Morris came out and took the centre of the ring putting Jenkinson on the back foot. Jenkinson countered well with some cracking shots of his own and made a statement he was no just here to make up the numbers. The second started very scrappy with ref Shaun Messer having to talk to both fighters. This was another close round, Morris was talked to again by the ref for leading with his head, Morris just edged this round for me.
Southpaw Morris started the third round strong, but Jenkinson continued to return fire, Morris fired some great shots at the end of the round to win it. In the forth Morris started to take control pushing Jenkinson back and working the head and body well. Jenkinson continued to get shot off and keep the fight competitive, but Morris won this round.
The fifth saw Morris start to pick his shots well, Jenkinson seemed to be tiring. Jenkinson was still throwing slots back but Morris was in control of the fight. Jenkinson had a real go in the final round, Morris had a point deducted for leading with his head. The round it’s self was very scrappy with both boxers holding, Morris finished the stronger.
Dexter -59-55 Ref -59-55 Morris wins on points