BOXING: Tsetsi Davis in Contender final
Crowd favourite Tsetsi Davis is now awaiting his opponent for the final of the 2013 Wray & Nephew Middleweight Contender Series.
Davis became the first boxer to qualify for the championship bout after he easily won a unanimous decision over Ramel ‘Sub Zero’ Lewis in the first semi-final last night.
The eight-round bout took place at the Chinese Benevolent Association auditorium.
All three judges scored in favour of Davis.
Keith Brown scored the bout 77-75, Lindell Allen had it 79-73 and Clifford Brown called it 78-74.
Davis’ opponent will be decided next Wednesday when the top seed Devon Moncrieffe meet Canada-based Richard Riette, the fourth seed.
Sixteen boxers started the series on March 7.
The remainders are vying for the Wray & Nephew Middleweight Contender title and a first prize of a million dollar.
The runner-up in the competition gets $500,000, third place $250,000 and fourth $200,000.
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