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Latest News on Chevelle Hallback
By Amy Greene
Hallback's Publicist
April 5, 2010

     
   
   
   
   

(APR 5) Since March 26th, after Chevelle Hallback's rematch with Holly Holm, Hallback and her trainer Sherman Henson and advisor Bill Calogero discuss the fight and what they've got in store for the rest of 2010.

"I was welcomed really warmly to Albuquerque by the fans and everyone I met," Chevelle said. "As for the fight, I did do more this time, and felt the fight was much closer than the judges scored it. Holly never hurt me, but she had a good game plan and I let myself get frustrated by her movement, which resulted in me not throwing enough punches to put her away, especially when I had her hurt several times. People say she doesn't come to fight, that she comes to run, but at the end of the day, she won the fight, and at THIS time, she is the pound for pound best. But- in saying that, I want to let my fans know I am not going anywhere and maybe somewhere down the line, there will be a fight #3 with me and Holly. Trainer Sherman Henson added remarks of his own about the fight. "Chevelle showed Holly what the extra strength training with me and Torsten Kanzmeier did for her, and condition wise, she was where she needed to be. Even though she didn't keep the pressure on Holly enough to take her all the way out, she did show other fighters the perfect game plan to follow and beat Holly Holm."

An article in the Albuquerque Journal by Rick Wright  agreed this time Chevelle displayed a greater activity rate than in her previous fight with Holly, and that the scored earned by Holly Holm were somewhat at odds with the ring action. Below is an excerpt from Rick Wright's post fight article, dated March 27 in the Albuquerque Journal.

Rick Wright, Albuquerque Journal: While absorbing some of the hardest shots she has taken in her eight year professional career, she (Holly Holm) withstood the challenge of a determined Hallback to take a victory by unanimous, deceptively lopsided 10 round decision. The judges scorecards read 99-91, 98-92, 98-92 all for Holm. But Holm agreed despite her similar dominance on the cards, this bout was far more difficult than her May 2007 victory over Hallback.

Chevelle Hallback won't be idle waiting for the fights to come to her. Already her team is working hard  and looking forward to making 2010 the busiest year in her career. "I said it at the first of the year, and I 'll say it again," Chevelle repeated. "I will fight anyone from 135-147, and even though I lost to Holly, it's only a small setback. I'm back to the drawing board with my trainer Sherman Henson, and we're still on the road to HBO."

Bill Calogero, Chevelle’s advisor is already making efforts to keep Chevelle busy and is knocking at the door of some of the top competition.  "I have reached out to Jamie Clappitt's people offering her a shot at Chevelle's IFBA World Lightweight title” he said,  “and have not heard anything back. Clampitt says she's the best, so why not fight Hallback? All she needs to do is step up and fight a real fighter! Chevelle is in the best shape of her life and wants to fight at least four more times this year. We are hoping that the current quality female fighters from 135-147 will help put Women's boxing on the map once and for all by fighting the best. Chevelle Hallback IS one of the best and wants to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt who will be the number ONE .Pound-for-Pound Women's Boxer in the World by the time 2010 comes to a close."  In closing he added, "We only want the best fighters. That is the ONLY way we will get Women's Boxing on the map once and for all!"
 
 
     
     
   
 
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