Travis Scott Defeats Taronze Washington to Win WFC Middleweight Title


Kaptography by Kevin Ste MarieIt was a spectacular night of boxing action in front of a sold-out crowd at the Belle at Baton Rouge in the Capital City Friday night.   WFC 30 ended with Travis Scott improving to 18-0 (4KO), and winning the World Fighting Championships Middleweight Title in his unanimous decision victory over Taronze Washington (16-19, 4KO). 

WFC also announced its next boxing event. WFC returns to the Belle of Baton Rouge on Saturday, January 17th.   Tickets are priced at $60 and $30. VIP tables are available for $500.  Tickets and information are available at

Full results for WFC 30:

Main Event:  Travis Scott def Taronze Washington by Unanimous Decision
(77-75, 78-74, 79-73)

Justin Thomas def Daniel Henry by Unanimous Decision
(58-56, 58-56, 58-56)

Chris Singleton def Steve Trumble by TKO
(2:59 of 4th round)

Todd Manuel def Arthur Thomas by Unanimous Decision
(58-56, 58-56, 59-55)

Thomas Dorsey def Stephen Louis by Majority Decision
(40-36, 40-36, 38-38)

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