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STEVE CUNNINGHAM RUMORS

‘USS’ Steve Cunningham Discharges Visinia in 7 Rounds

Steve Cunningham def. Natu Visinia after 7. Fighting his “biggest” opponent to date, ‘USS’ Steve Cunningham defeated Natu Visinia after 7 rounds. Visinia failed to answer to the call of the bell to start off round 8. Initiating contact early in the fight, Cunningham kept Visinia at bay with a hard snapping jabs while Visinia (who came into the ring 70+ heavier than Cunningham...
Via BadCulture
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Interviews From Today’s Cunningham vs Visinia Final Press

Photo Credit: Darryl Cobb PHILADELPHIA, PA – Today Steve Cunningham, Natu Visinia, and their respective teams, appeared before the media for the final time ahead of their Saturday night clash to discuss final fight plans. BadCulture correspondent Darryl Cobb was on hand for the festivities and had the opportunity to speak to the fighters one-on-one. Steve Cunningham shares with...
Via BadCulture
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Cunningham vs. Natu Visinia fight analysis & final presser quotes

Veteran heavyweight Steve "USS" Cunningham has the advantage that comes from over 30 career professional fights as he heads into his Oct. 18 match-up with Natu "The Truth" Visinia, but Visinia has power and a significant weight advantage when they meet at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA. Check out the Cunningham vs. Visinia fight breakdown, preview and analysis...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Natu Visinia looking to take out Steve Cunningham, fighting in honor of deceased trainer

When Natu "The Truth" Visinia steps into the ring Saturday in Philadelphia, PA, to face veteran Steve "USS" Cunningham, it will be with a heavy heart. Visinia buried his long-time trainer, Charles "Buddy" Bereal, on Oct. 10 after Bereal passed away suddenly from a heart attack. Visinia, 30, is from, Clinton, Illinois, a small town with a population of...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Cunningham ready for weekend fight vs. Natu Vasinia back in Philly

Steve "USS" Cunningham and wife Livvy were fighting for their daughter Kennedy's life before she was even born. Now, as Kennedy awaits a heart transplant 300 miles away in Pittsburgh, PA, Cunningham prepares to step into the ring Saturday against a young, undefeated prospect with an 80 percent (8 of 10) knockout-to-win ratio. Livvy and Kennedy Cunningham moved to Pittsburgh...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
October 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Cunningham Media Day In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Photo credit: Darryl Cobb Ahead of his October 18th clash against Natu Visinia, Steve Cunningham and fighters scheduled to appear on the upcoming NBCSN Fight Night undercard held court Wednesday at the Rock Ministries Gym in Philadelphia. Engaging in a light workout with trainer Brother Naazim Richardson, Cunningham answered questions from the media and expressed...
Via BadCulture
October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Steve Cunningham & family say thank you to the fans who donated $25k for support with daughter’s heart transplant surgery

Two-time Cruiserweight world champion Steve "USS" Cunningham and his family would like to thank the boxing community for the contributions to the Kennedy Cunningham Fundraiser on www.heartbyfaith.com. Kennedy Cunnungham is the 9 year-old daughter of Steve & Livvy Cunningham and is awaiting a life-saving heart transplant surgery. The fundraiser was set up this summer...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
October 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Car Crash TV: Tyson Fury Spills His Guts Before Hooking Steve Cunningham Off Stage

(Tyson Fury, left, tries to connect on Steve Cunningham)   Steve “USS” Cunningham had chided Tyson Fury for being more like a one-man talk-show than a fighter before their NBC televised heavyweight clash at The Theatre in Madison Square Garden, New York, on Saturday. After an extreme yet strangely enthralling episode, Fury came across more Jerry Springer than Dick Cavett...
Via The Queensbury Rules
April 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Tyson Fury stops Steve Cunningham to win US debut

Tyson Fury stopped Steve Cunningham with a right hook five seconds before the end of the seventh round of their heavyweight bout to win his United States debut on Saturday. It was the 15th knockout for the Briton, who is 21-0. Cunningham fell to 25-6. Nineteen of Fury's first 20 fights were in the United Kingdom. His only other North American fight was an eight-round defeat...
Via AP on Fox
April 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Steve Cunningham vs. Tyson Fury: American Could Not Survive

The first round between Tyson Fury and Steve Cunningham started off with Fury pressing the action in round 1 along with massive taunting, Fury was bringing a WWE show to boxing. As round 1 closed Fury followed Cunningham to his corner and furthered the intimidation factor with a shove. Steve Cunningham would show he was not intimated [...]
Via MyBoxing
April 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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