By Phil D. Jay
Pawel Wolak has fired back at Cornelius Bundrage after the IBF light-middleweight champion branded the US-based Pole ‘a good stay-busy fight’ to keep him ticking over.
The 29 year-old is hoping to gain a shot at ‘K9’ and has given him the nickname ‘Feline’ as he bids to goad the champion into a meeting on December 3rd.
“Feline has fought 20 rounds in 2 years,” Wolak explained to World Boxing News.
“I am a little worried he will go into cardiac arrest trying to keep up with me.
“I assume his trainer is telling him to take the fight only because he will already be there to be in Cotto’s corner that night, otherwise he wouldn’t want to make the trip to watch his Feline call for his wheelchair in the mid-rounds.
“He knows I will end him and is playing games and will blame everybody else instead of admitting he ducked me when this doesn’t happen.
“That’s ok because if I have to become his mandatory I will and then he will have to fight me for a lot less money than he is asking for now.
“I am not concerned because either we meet on December 3 or I get his title a few months after,” added Wolak.
Phil D. Jay covers the boxing scene for worldboxingnews.net