Jamel Herring-Shakur Stevenson live results and analysis

Jamel Herring and Shakur Stevenson will meet in the main event of a Top Rank card on Saturday at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta (ESPN, ESPN+, 10:30 p.m. ET, with undercard fights at 7:25 p.m. ET on ESPN+).

Herring (23-2, 11 KOs), 35, will defend his WBO junior lightweight title which he won in a unanimous decision victory against Masayuki Ito in 2019. Stevenson (16-0, 8 KOs), 24, will try to become a two-division champion after capturing the WBO featherweight belt in 2019 against Joet Gonzalez.

Also on the card, Muhammad Ali’s grandson, Nico Ali Walsh, faces James Westley II in a four-round middleweight battle, and Xander Zayas takes on Dan Karpency in an eight-round junior middleweight bout.

Stay here for live undercard results and analysis or watch the fights on ESPN/ESPN+

Fight in progress: Haven Brady Jr. vs. Roberto Negrete, 4 rounds, featherweights


Cobb scores KO of the year candidate against Campbell

Antoine Cobb made his pro debut in sensational fashion with a brutal first-round knockout of Jerrion Campbell.

Cobb, 25, unleashed an overhand right that sent his foe to the canvas sprawled out with his head resting on the bottom rope. Time of the stoppage was 58 seconds.

Campbell (2-2, 0 KOs) was stopped for the first time as a professional. The 29-year-old native of Germany has lost two in a row.

Mederos wins, doesn’t shine

Harley Mederos defeated Deljerro Revello via unanimous decision over four rounds to kick off the Herring-Stevenson undercard.

All three judges scored the fight a shutout, 40-35. The lightweight prospect scored a first-round knockdown but otherwise failed to impress in his second pro fight. Mederos, 21, from Brooklyn, New York, recklessly head-hunted during the bout but surely gained valuable experience.

Mederos (2-0, 1 KO) scored a first-round TKO in his pro debut in August. This fight was expected to be quick work, as well, but Mederos seemed to make little adjustments when it was clear he wasn’t going to score the KO.

Revello (0-2), a 25-year-old from Colorado, was knocked out in his pro debut in July.

Still to come:

  • Title fight: Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson, 12 rounds, for Herring’s WBO junior lightweight title

  • Xander Zayas vs. Dan Karpency, 8 rounds, junior middleweights

  • Nico Ali Walsh vs. James Westley II, 4 rounds, middleweights

  • Evan Holyfield vs. Charles Stanford, 6 rounds, junior middleweights

  • Troy Isley vs. Nicholi Navarro, 6 rounds, middleweights

  • Roddricus Livsey vs. Eric Palmer, 4 rounds, junior welterweights

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