HALLBACK GAVE CISNEROS SERIOUS TROUBLE

By on August 25, 2014

Tampa, Fla. — This past Friday at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, Florida, two new WBF titleholders were crowned in the two main bouts on Thunder At The Forum Round 2, presented by Panda 5 Star Promotions.


In the main event, Chevelle “Fist Of Steel” Hallback (30-8-2, 13 KOs) won the the vacant WBF Women’s Welterweight title in an action-packed and exciting bout against former foe Victoria Cisneros (11-16-2, 4 KOs). Hallback beat Cisneros by split decision in 2010. And now in 2014 it was a hometown winner as Hallback had something to prove.  The bout featured devastating exchanges by both fighters, Hallback using nice jabs and crosses repeatedly as Cisneros gunned down Hallback’s body pressing her on the ropes all night long.  Hallback battled hard in a brutal back and forth fight.  The end came in round eight when Hallback connected with several overhand rights that hurt Cisneros buckling her three times in the round.  Cisneros who was no longer able to defend herself and was consequently stopped by referee Frank Santore, Jr.  Cisneros who was on her feet when the fight was stopped before another power-punch could do more serious damage. Official time of stoppage was 1:49. 

Hallback just continued to pursue Cisneros (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Hallback just continued to pursue Cisneros (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Cineros ran out of gas (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Cineros ran out of gas (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Chevelle Hallback shows off the new hardware (photo by Neal Nachman / FULL ACCESS MAGAZINE)

Chevelle Hallback shows off the new hardware (photo by Neal Nachman / FULL ACCESS MAGAZINE)

(TRAVIS FAILEY / RSEN PHOTO)

(TRAVIS FAILEY / RSEN PHOTO)

CHOP CHOP RINGS THE BELL


In the co-main event DeMarcas “Chop Chop” Corley (44-22-1, 25 KO’s) showing signs of being recycled crushes Dedrick Bell in two. 

Round one action Corley stood toe to toe against Bell who established a nice jab in round one.   Corley while fighting slick ccaught Bell flush with nice right hands in a very close opening round. Round 2 Corley went in for the kill trading with Bell with multiple right hands to the face dropping Bell at forty seconds of round two to capture the WBF North American Jr. Welterweight Title. 

Chop Chop knocks rings Bell's bell.... (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Chop Chop knocks rings Bell’s bell…. (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

... and he is out for the count (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

… and he is out for the count (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)



TIRYAKI BURNING SPEED LEFT CALZADILLA IN FLAMES.

In the opening bout of the night Welterweight Tayfun Tiryaki in his professional debut scores a right hand TKO of Yasmany Calzadilla (1-1-0, 1 KO) at 2:50 of round one of the four round match. It didn’t take much for Tiryaki to set his punches and bait Calzadilla to fight small and exchange.  Tiryaki dropped Calzadilla three times when referee Frank Santore, Jr. had seen enough and called a halt to the bout. 

DAWSON-ROUSSEAU POUNDED TO A DRAW

Jr. Welterweights Lee “Holliwood” Dawson (2-2-3, 0 KO’s) traded shots with a tough Berthin Rousseau who came to fight.  First two rounds Rousseau found his spots landing nice combinations to the slow Dawson.  Dawson found a surge in round three landing bombs slowing down Rousseu a bit with a wide hook followed by straight right hands from Dawson,  who did enough to earn the round. In the final round both fighters let their hands go fighting to a 38-38 Draw on all three judges score cards. 

Lee Dawson (camo trunks) and Berthin Rousseau battle for the draw (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Lee Dawson (camo trunks) and Berthin Rousseau battle for the draw (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)



CADEUS MAKES A EASY FIGHT HARD AGAINST DUVERTGEL.

Middleweight Serge Cadeus from Miami, Florida wins by unanimous decision in a non attractive four round match.  The fight picked up in round three. Cadeus who fought well caught Duvertgel coming in with a short right hook sending him down to a knee for the count. Cadeus found a way to box in the third catching Duvertgel clean, it was Cadeus seizing the opportunity outworking Duvertgel for the victory. 

Yoeglis Duvertgel (blue trunks) and Serge Cadeus  (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

Yoeglis Duvertgel (blue trunks) and Serge Cadeus (photo by Travis Failey / RSEN)

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