Cornelius “K9” Bundrage is a boxer with many lives they say. After losing his 154 lb. Jr. Middleweight title to Ishe Smith, not many people gave him much a chance of making a comeback. But he did, and he did it against a guy many avoided in the division. He went to Mexico and defeated Carlos Molina last October. Now while many up and comers are looking for a crack at the IBF title, Bundrage is trying to parlay his title into a big money fight.
“Lot of stuff is going on,” Bundrage told ThaBoxingVoice.com “I can’t speak on that right now. You got to keep that stuff confidential in case things go down, but Miguel Cotto and Tim Bradley are fights I’m looking at.”
Bundrage is the oldest Jr. Middleweight title holder of all time at the age of 41. Under his belt, he is working on bringing his promotional outfit, K9 Boxing Promotions. According to him they are working on things overseas, mostly in Dubai. His son is an amateur southpaw that is ranked number 3 in the country. So aside from that Bundrage has been spending money but really itching to build off his Molina victory.
“I’m really the only person that beat Carlos Molina,” stated Bundrage. “Whenever I beat someone its always something, he wasn’t focused; he wasn’t the same. I was reading all the Carlos Molina interviews, and he was saying he was ready; they don’t want to give me the credit. I beat one of the best fighters out there, and I took my title back. I’m the oldest Jr. Middleweight champion in history so every time I step into the ring I make history.”
Bundrage says he wants the names from 147 all the way up to 160.
“I’m the champ of the world, all unification lead through K9,” stated Bundrage. “Cotto can get it, Bradley can get it, I can go down Mayweather can get it, Pacquiao can get it. If I go up, even GGG can get it.”