2015 Canadian Junior Boxing Championships Session 7 Review

January 24, 2015 by
Filed under: Boxing News, Press Release 

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The 2015 Junior Canadian National Championships is in full swing with exciting fights, and TKOs to be had in several fights that turned into shootouts. The multi-day tournament has been a staple of Junior Canadian boxing for years and brings the whole country of Canada together to celebrate these young boxers fulfilling their dreams inside the squared circle. As the tournament winds down, the championships are now in sight and in play for several divisions and these boxers step into the ring looking to prove that they deserve the title of Champion. The only way to see this great series or individual event is to order it at GFL.tv.

The seventh session of the series was highlighted by 8 punishing bouts. These young boxers came to fight and displayed both skill and determination in the squared circle as some fulfilled their lifelong dreams of winning titles, while others continued to advance in the tournament.

In the main event, Wyatt Sanford of Nova Scotia defeated Hassan Omar of Quebec via decision in a 64kg Youth division battle. Sanford was able to match the punching power and accuracy of Omar and take it up a notch as he took the lead and never let his foot off the gas hitting Omar with solid overhand lefts, crosses and hooks. Sanford fought at a frenetic pace and Omar could not keep up with the style of fighting that Sanford implemented in the fight. It was a big win for Sanford as he dominated a very tough opponent in Omar.

In the co-main event, Hunter Lee of Ontario defeated Spencer Olin Lee of British Columbia via unanimous decision in a 63kg Junior division bout. This was a hotly contested bout as both Hunter Lee and Spencer Olin Lee went for broke from the very beginning. Hunter Lee was more polished as a boxer and had the technical advantage as he was able to land punches and stay out of the power punching range of Spencer Olin Lee. Hunter Lee did an excellent job of staying out of the range of Spencer Olin Lee, who earlier in the tournament scored a first round TKO. Both of these young boxers should be proud of their performance as they left it all in the ring.

Order a single session or get the complete Series only at GFL.tv. Watch the rising stars from across Canada in the sport of boxing as they compete for championships and glory. These athletes are the future of the sport of boxing. Don’t miss one jab, hook, uppercut or cross. Order now.

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