Brad Foster vs. Jason Cunningham
Utilita Arena, Birmingham, England 9/10/21
OFFICIAL RESULTS BELOW: 8 x 3 Minute Rounds Super-Featherweight Contest
NICK BALL – 128lbs 10oz v PIOTR GUDEL – 126lbs 5oz
4 x 3 Minute Rounds Lightweight Contest
AMAAR AKBAR – 142lbs 2oz v LIAM RICHARDS – 140lbs 9oz
THE VACANCT WBC INTERNATIONAL SILVER SUPER-BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 x 3 Minute Rounds @ 122 lbs
LIAM DAVIES – 121lbs 4oz v DIXON FLORES – 122lbs
THE BRITISH, IBF EUROPEAN AND COMMONWEALTH WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
12 x 3 Minute Rounds @ 147 lbs
EKOW ESSUMAN – 146lbs 9oz v DANNY BALL – 146lbs 2oz
THE WBO GLOBAL LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 x 3 Minute Rounds @ 175 lbs
CALLUM JOHNSON – 174lbs 3oz v SERVER EMURLAEV – 174lbs
THE BRITISH, COMMONWEALTH, IBF INTERNATIONAL AND EBU EUROPEAN SUPER-BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
12 x 3 Minute Rounds @ 122 lbs
BRAD FOSTER – 121lbs 8oz v JASON CUNNINGHAM – 121lbs 3oz
JASON CUNNINGHAM has warned Brad Foster that he will be taken into “deep waters” in their triple title showdown next month.
The Doncaster man knocked down Yafai three times and says: “There are plenty of positives about Brad, but if there is one thing I have got over him it is definitely experience.
“I just believe that it is my time and it might be a bit soon for Brad. I believe I am going to continue where I left off from Gamal Yafai.
“We haven’t seen Brad in deep waters so we don’t know what he’s like when it is time for a proper gut check.
“There is no doubt that I am his hardest test to date without a shadow of a doubt and we will see what Brad is all about.”
Cunningham, 31, who has also held Commonwealth belts at Bantamweight and Featherweight celebrates ten years as a professional in December.
He has never been beaten at Super-Bantamweight and says: “I’ve done it the hard way and come the old school route. I think I have got that bit of respect that I deserve.
“If I beat Brad I pick up the British title and become a three-weight Commonwealth champion. I don’t think many fighters have won three Commonwealth titles at different weights.
“I’m European champion also so there will only be one place to go. There is a lot riding on this fight for Brad and myself.
“If Brad loses he can have a couple years building back up, I can’t go back to that because I am early thirties.
“The world champions are all good fighters and that is a step above. When I beat Brad that is the only step to go.
“I don’t plan on being in boxing for much longer. I have had a brilliant career, I am doing all right. I want to go for it and get the biggest fights I possibly can.
“I know what I want to make for the rest of my career, but health is wealth and I don’t see myself going on too long in this game.”
The British, Commonwealth and European Super-Bantamweight title fight between Brad Foster and Jason Cunningham headlines a night of Championship boxing at Utilita Arena, Birmingham on Saturday October 9.
In a Midlands derby Nottingham’s Ekow Essuman (15-0, 6 KOs) will make the first defence of his British Welterweight crown when he faces Kingswinford’s Danny Ball (10-0-1, 4 KOs).
Former World Light-Heavyweight title challenger, Callum Johnson (19-1, 14 KOs) returns in a ten rounder against tough Russian Server Emurlaev.
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