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 Last update:  12/8/2011       Read more by Ryan Burton         
K9 Bundrage: I Have The Style To Beat Sergio Martinez
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By Ryan Burton recently caught up with IBF junior middleweight champion Cornelius "K9" Bundrage. The former Contender series participant last fought in June when he defeated Sechew Powell via unanimous decision.

Bundrage traveled to Germany in December of 2008 to face the then unbeaten Zaurbek Baysangurov. K9 stopped his opponent of Russian descent but revealed that it was the hardest fight of his career. He also said that he would welcome a Super Six style tournament for the deep junior middleweight division.

"Baysangurov was the hardest fight I have had. That boy can fight. I had the fight of my life to beat him even though I stopped him in 5. He is a force to deal with. He has the WBO belt now. I would fight him again. HBO and Showtime needs to put that junior middleweight Super Six (tournament) together."

The Detroit, Michigan native has been campaigning for fights with the biggest names in welterweight and junior middleweight division including Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. Bundrage mentioned how Sergio Martinez has been lobbying for big fights and said that if the Argentinean wants to come down to the junior middleweight limit that he would have problem facing him.

"I will fight Sergio Martinez. If he wants to come down to 154 then let's do it. Hey Sergio, I have the style to beat you! I'm a southpaw killer," exclaimed an excited Bundrage.

Send questions or comments to Follow Ryan on Twitter @ringsidewriter and tune in to The Boxing Lab, Boxingscene's official audio on Tuesdays. The show is hosted by Ernie Gabion, Luis Sandoval and Ryan BurtonTags: Sergio Martinez , Cornelius Bundrage


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comment by Camp Beast, on 12-08-2011
I respect Bundrage. He's a hard worker and I admire how he persevered through many obstacles to eventually win a title. HOWEVER, let's be realistic. Martinez would rape his face ha ha. Just sayin!

comment by sebastianb7312, on 12-08-2011
ANd what style is that? Pls tell us K9..And who have you fought that is noteworthy...? Pls tell us.... Segio Martinez? Are u okay? How bout fighting maybe Sergio Mora,Canello, Delvin Rod, oH hey maybe call Wolack out retirement, he always was calling you out...try those guys first...Sergio is way...

comment by Deal With It, on 12-08-2011
[QUOTE=SpeedKillz]pleas elaborate on k9, a C+ fighter has more quality wins than anyone in the division. PLEASE PRETTY PLEASE[/QUOTE] Already's been done. It's right there in the bold letters you put it in. :beerchug: :burnout:

comment by SpeedKillz, on 12-08-2011
[quote=Deal With It]Actually he does, the nikka a straight beast on the inside. Vanes, Kirkland & Angulo match up PERFECTLY with K9, and to a lesser extent, Cotto and Canelo. Spinks is a more quality win than anybody else has in the division. I don't know if you noticed bud, but all of the...

comment by Deal With It, on 12-08-2011
[QUOTE=SpeedKillz]elaborate on what? k9 doesnt have the skillset to give the top guys an tough matchup[/QUOTE] Actually he does, the nikka a straight beast on the inside. Vanes, Kirkland & Angulo match up PERFECTLY with K9, and to a lesser extent, Cotto and Canelo. [quote]he beat who? cory sp...

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