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Chamblin wins
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August 27, 2007

     
   
   
   
   

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(AUG 27) On Saturday night, at the Blackham Coliseum, in Lafayette, Louisiana, on the "Collision at the Coliseum" card, Kasha “The Fighting Marine” Chamblin won an eight-round unanimous decision over Donna Biggers. The judges scores were 80-72 on all cards.

J & P Photography who covered the fight for WBAN, said, “Biggers looked to be a heavy hitter and she withstood the initial onslaught of Chamblin with a good return of her own. At times, Chamblin was able to land some accurate jabs to Biggers. Kasha looked like she played a "rope-a-dope" with her opponent, staying in a shell stance and letting Biggers wail away with some clubbing shots. Biggers, at times, taunted Chamblin trying to make her mad...trying to make her open up to leave herself open.”

In a post fight interview, Chamblin said, ““Because she[Biggers] had so many first and second-round knockouts (16 of Biggers’ 19 wins had come by KO, 14 of them in the first two rounds), I wanted to set a tone and show I wasn’t backing down. I went in wanting to throw every punch hard in every round.”

Biggers said after the fight, ““I was trying to get my counterpunching down. she (Chamblin) caught me with some good shots. She had a good jab and she has heart because I know I caught her a couple of times. She’s a little better than I anticipated.” 
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