‘Bring them on’ Cummings wants title and is ready to take on all comers

The fuse has been lit and Conrad ‘Dynamite’ Cummings is ready to explode onto the big time.

The Tyrone puncher, with the fan friendly style, registered probably the most impressive win of his career to date, stopping Frankie Borg in Wales on Saturday night and is now ready to step it up a level.

Indeed, he the undefeated Cyclone Promotions middle claims he is ready for all comers.

The former WSB standout wants titles and doesn’t care who or where he has to fight to get them.

“I don’t care who I fight or where, all I want is belts. I want them This year. Bring them on!” Cummings told Irish-boxing.com before reflecting on Saturday’s win.

“I’m very happy with the win. He was a tough man that has been in with some good names, and has a win over former European champion Kerry Hope. So winning convincingly and KO’ing him as I did I think was a good statement,” he added. 

The CoalIsland man was somewhat checked by his coach for being over eager in his clash with Alfredo Melie. Cummings dropped the Belfast puncher in the first before eventually drawing his first bill topper.

Stick to the boxing and the stoppage will come was the message then and it seems to have stuck.

“The funny thing was I wasn’t looking for the KO like sometimes I normally do, and forget about my defence. Not on Saturday, I was a lot more methodical, I was just being fast and using the skills that I have.

“I hurt him badly numerous times, I knew it was only a matter of time until I got him out of there. I really enjoyed myself!”

Cummings now looks certain to fight on another World title card this time in New York on the undercard of Carl Frampton’s attempt to dethrone WBA featherweight World champ Leo Santa Cruz in July.

“I would of been out to support Carl either way, but it’s a massive bonus to be possibly on the bill also. So hopefully New-York is my next stop yes, that was a lovely carrot dangling in front of me in that fight and made me concentrate that bit more. Getting these opportunities are priceless and I am very grateful and enjoying the ride.”


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