CONRAD ‘Dynamite’ Cumming is ready for a head on collision on the Titanic Showdown next Saturday.
The Cyclone Promotions middleweight gets a serious test in just his fourth pro fight when he trades leather with odds up-setter Robert Talarek on the undercard of Carl Frampton and Kiko Martinez II.
Rather than be apprehensive about taking on a fighter, who has caused a number of prospects trouble, Cummings has welcomed the chance to show he is one to watch out for.
“He is coming to win and I will meet him head on,” Cummings told the Belfast Newsletter.
“I want someone to come and have a go and then I can show what I am all about. I want to beat him and impress while doing it,” he added before revealing working beside Carl Frampton in London has benefited him.
“I am working and training beside Carl Frampton and he is a world class fighter who is at the top of his game. I see him in training and I can see the heights I have to hit. I have been training in London and I am improving and getting better all the time. This is the start of my professional career and I know there is more to come from me,” he added.