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 Last update:  2/26/2011       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
K9 Bundrage Accepts Warren's Offer: Wants Kell Brook
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By Ryan Burton

Earlier this week, BoxingScene.com ran a column in which British promoter Frank Warren revealed that IBF junior middleweight champion Cornelius "K9" Bundrage may be an option for the WBO's #1 ranked welterweight contender Kell Brook, who is one of the rising stars under Warren's promotional banner. The story can be found here.

Bundrage read the article and contacted BoxingScene to let Warren know that he has no problem with facing Brook. "I read on BoxingScene that Warren would like to match Brook with me. I have no problem fighting him. All they have to do is get a hold of Don King or Manny (Emmnuel Steward his manager) and we can make it happen."

The former Contender series star said that if the right offer is made he wouldn't mind going to the UK either. "If they make a good offer I wouldn't have a problem going to the UK. All they got to do is make a phone call. I ain't hard to find."

Bundrage said that he hopes to return to the ring soon. He would love to face any of the other champions or big names in the division and in closing told BoxingScene, "I also saw (WBA champion) Austin Trout was on BoxingScene saying he wants to fight me. I would love to fight Trout or Brook or any other champion out there."

Fans can follow Bundrage on twitter @K9 BoxinG.

Send questions or comments to ringsidewriter@gmail.com

Tags: Cornelius Bundrage , Kell Brook


 

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comment by Power VCT, on 02-27-2011
I like K9 but he better stay around the 154lbs range! Notice how he didn't call out Mike Jones (who)! :boxing::boxing::boxing:

comment by Crazylegs77, on 02-26-2011
totally forgot about K9 :rofl:

comment by starsjuicebar, on 02-26-2011
King keeps his fighters inactive , but is still in the game.

comment by jjbj2, on 02-26-2011
I think this is a good fight. You bet those English/British boxing fans want a title for their guy and we have K9 that if he wins he can be considered a star. I hate boxing right now you got too many structures like a boxer is a prospect, a star, or a superstar. You can be a star boxer but not...

comment by goosestopher, on 02-26-2011
although imo brook is well capable of beating k9 i think he should stay at 147 and go after the wba champion (cant remember his name) or wait till pacquiao vacates and take that title

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