UNCASVILLE, CONN.- Charles Conwell puts on a boxing clinic, as he remains unbeaten after defeating Wendy Toussain in the ninth round.
Throughout the boxing match, Conwell was mixing it up a bit with his jab and pressing Toussain aggressively. He was walking through punches Toussain threw and landed some big body shots that Toussain felt. In the ninth round, Conwell hit Toussain with an uppercut that buckled his knees and hurt him. Toussain decided that he did not want to fight anymore and Conwerll was declared the winner with a 13-0 record.
“I think this was a good fight for my first fight back, getting the ring rust off, but at the end of the day we got the job done,” said Conwell. . “The game plan going in was to break him down round by round, go to the body until we got him to where we wanted him. I give my performance a C-plus, there were a lot of things I could have done better. I’m going to get back in the gym and continue to work hard to become the champion I know I can be. I’ll fight anybody next, but I really want an ex-world champion or ex-title challenger so I can get the championship rounds under my belt. Then it’s on to a world title.”