Trained by Jamie Moore at the VIP Gym in Astley, Cameron penned a promotional deal with Eddie Hearn in June 2020 and immediately made her views clear on wanting to dive straight into the deep end of World Title action.
Cameron became IBO World Lightweight Champion in Leicester, retiring Viviane Obenauf in six rounds at the end of 2017.
‘Il Capo’ put on a punch perfect display as she took apart Adriana Dos Santos Araujo to win the famous green and gold strap at Super-Lightweight in her first fight under the Matchroom banner.
Cameron picked up the inaugural Ring magazine title at 140lbs with a points victory over Mary McGee in October 2021, unifying the WBC and IBF straps in the process, to line up a bout against Kali Reis for all the marbles in the final of the Road to Undisputed tournament in 2022.
With Reis unavailable due to illness, Cameron successfully defended her titles against Victoria Noelia Bustos as the co-main event to Joshua Buatsi-Craig Richards at the 02 in London in May.
Cameron got her shot at Undisputed at 140lbs in Matchroom's inaugural Champion Series in Abu Dhabi in November, with Welterweight ruler Jessica McCaskill filling in for Reis. Il Capo dealt with McCaskill's aggressive style to win by unanimous decision to become the UK's first undisputed female champion.
Cameron achieved P4P status with a hugely impressive road victory over the iconic Katie Taylor in May 2023. The Super-Lightweight queen travelled to Dublin for KT's homecoming bout and left with a majority decision verdict.