It really is “Last Chance Saloon” for Wadi Camacho as he returns to the ring on September 7th for potentially one last time when he takes on the avoided Deion Jumah for the English Cruiserweight title.

“If I lose I will retire” states Camacho as he accepts this fight. Camacho won the Commonwealth title against Arfan Iqbal before losing the strap in a British/Commonwealth title to Lawrence Okolie earlier this year. 

“I did not want to retire on that loss,” said Wadi. “He is so so difficult to get near to in the ring. I need to find out for sure if I have anything left. Billam Smith and Chamberlain have both run from the Deion Jumah fight so I said to my manager “Let me have one last go against Jumah. If I lose I will be hanging up my gloves but should I win another big fight will beckon.”

Wadi continued “Am fed up seeing people making bull**** excuses for not fighting certain fighters. No one thought I would come back and defeat Arfan Iqbal after losing the first time.”

Jumah was delighted at the outcome “It has been very frustrating seeing three mandated fights with Billam Smith, Glover and Chamberlain fall out of bed. I thank Wadi for stepping forward and being a real man and boxer in taking this fight. I promise fans that they will not be disappointed on the night.”

The Jumah v Camacho fight is part of an English title doubleheader on the Joshua Goodwin promoted show “Last Chance Saloon” with more title fights due to be added.

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