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Cornelius Bundrage boxer

Cornelius Bundrage image
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 5′ 6″/168cm
Reach 72″/183cm
Debut 1995-09-15
Born 1973-04-25
Nationality USA
Residence Detroit, Michigan, USA
bouts
43
won
36
lost
6
draw
0
bouts
43
won
36
lost
6
draw
0
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 5′ 6″/168cm
Reach 72″/183cm
Debut 1995-09-15
Born 1973-04-25
Nationality USA
Residence Detroit, Michigan, USA

Starting out in boxing, Bundrage was a top prospect, remaining undefeated for ten years, which saw his record at (21-0, 13 KOs). As his alias K9 suggests, Bundrage had a reputation of being a dog inside the ring, damaging his opponents with fierce combinations. Cornelius' professional boxing record stands at (32-4, 19 KO's). Bundrage has shared the ring with 7 former world champions during his professional boxing career. Bundrage is currently a world champion boxing free-agent. His advisor is Bill Waller, and managed by Shawana Bundrage.In 2006, professional boxer Cornelius 'K9' Bundrage was a participant on ESPN's "The Contender" Season 2 boxing reality television show, with Hall of fame host Sugar Ray Leonard and Sylvester Stallone in Hollywood, California. During the show, Bundrage was viewed by millions of fans each week for fourteen weeks straight. He also was named "fan favorite" out of sixteen boxers from all over the United States. Bundrage was the last picked, winding up on the Blue Team. Wanting to avenge the slight, he volunteered to be the first member of his team to box in the tournament (quoting Matthew 20:16, "And the last shall be first") and found himself in a match against Michael Clark. In a tightly fought battle for five rounds, the two found themselves practically tied on points, Bundrage knocked Clark down with a massive right hand to the temple, which won him the fifth round on 2 of the 3 judge's scorecards and won a majority decision (2 judges said Bundrage won, 1 said it was a draw). Bundrage moved along in the tournament, while Clark was forced to hang up his gloves and go home.

Starting out in boxing, Bundrage was a top prospect, remaining undefeated for ten years, which saw his record at (21-0, 13 KOs). As his alias K9 suggests, Bundrage had a reputation of being a dog inside the ring, damaging his opponents with fierce combinations. Cornelius' professional boxing record stands at (32-4, 19 KO's). Bundrage has shared the ring with 7 former world champions during his professional boxing career. Bundrage is currently a world champion boxing free-agent. His advisor is Bill Waller, and managed by Shawana Bundrage.In 2006, professional boxer Cornelius 'K9' Bundrage was a participant on ESPN's "The Contender" Season 2 boxing reality television show, with Hall of fame host Sugar Ray Leonard and Sylvester Stallone in Hollywood, California. During the show, Bundrage was viewed by millions of fans each week for fourteen weeks straight. He also was named "fan favorite" out of sixteen boxers from all over the United States. Bundrage was the last picked, winding up on the Blue Team. Wanting to avenge the slight, he volunteered to be the first member of his team to box in the tournament (quoting Matthew 20:16, "And the last shall be first") and found himself in a match against Michael Clark. In a tightly fought battle for five rounds, the two found themselves practically tied on points, Bundrage knocked Clark down with a massive right hand to the temple, which won him the fifth round on 2 of the 3 judge's scorecards and won a majority decision (2 judges said Bundrage won, 1 said it was a draw). Bundrage moved along in the tournament, while Clark was forced to hang up his gloves and go home.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
June 25, 2017 Juan Carlos Rojas LLDLLW Ford Community Center, Dearborn WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 7, 2017 Sergio Gomez LLWWWL Ford Community Center, Dearborn WIN
KO
Sept. 12, 2015 Jermall Charlo WWWWWW Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 11, 2014 Carlos Molina WWLWWW Oasis Hotel Complex, Cancun WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 24, 2014 Joey Hernandez WWWWWW Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 23, 2013 Ishe Smith WLLWWW Masonic Temple, Masonic Theater, Detroit LOSS
Majority decision
June 30, 2012 Cory Spinks LLWLWW Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 25, 2011 Sechew Powell WWLWWW Family Arena, Saint Charles WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 7, 2010 Cory Spinks LWWLLW Scottrade Center, Saint Louis International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 27, 2009 Yuri Foreman WWWWWW Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City
ND
Dec. 13, 2008 Zaurbek Baysangurov WWWWWW SAP-Arena, Mannheim WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 13, 2008 Grady Brewer LWWWWW Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence LOSS
Split-decision
March 28, 2008 Kassim Ouma WWWWLL Seneca Allegany Casino, Salamanca WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 26, 2007 Nelson Manchego LLLLLW Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center, Ypsilanti WIN
Technical knockout
July 11, 2007 Joel Julio WLWWWW Kodak Theatre, Hollywood LOSS
Technical knockout
March 30, 2007 Colin McNeil WWLWWW Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 12, 2007 Chris Smith WWLLWL Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma WIN
Split-decision
Sept. 26, 2006 Norberto Bravo LLLWWL Staples Center, Los Angeles WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 10, 2006 Steve Forbes WWWWWW Contender Gymnasium, Pasadena LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 3, 2006 Walter Wright WWWWWW Contender Gymnasium, Pasadena WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 17, 2006 Michael Clark WWWWLW Contender Gymnasium, Pasadena WIN
Majority decision
May 6, 2005 Sechew Powell WWWWWW Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 18, 2005 Jonathan Corn WWLLLL State Fair Grounds, Detroit UBA Intercontinental Light Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 19, 2004 Damien Guerra LWWWL Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 25, 2004 Michael Davis LWLLLW Cobo Hall, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 28, 2004 William Harmon WWLLWW Cobo Hall, Detroit WIN
KO
July 17, 2004 Kirk Douglas WWWWLL Cobo Arena, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
May 29, 2004 Eloy Suarez WLWLWW Joe Louis Arena, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
April 2, 2004 John Hammond WLWWWL Joe Louis Arena, Detroit WIN
KO
Oct. 1, 2002 Anthony Bowman WDLWWL Dodge Theater, Phoenix WIN
Technical knockout
July 5, 2002 Scott Robinson LWWLLD Menominee Casino-Bingo Hotel, Keshena WIN
Technical knockout
June 8, 2002 Anthony Bowman DWDLWW The Pyramid, Memphis WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 13, 2000 Arsen Aivazyan LWWLWD Club International, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
July 29, 2000 Sammy Sparkman WWDLLW Antheniem Greektown Hotel, Detroit WIN
Split-decision
Feb. 4, 2000 Tony Ault WWLDLD Canton WIN
KO
Dec. 10, 1999 Lawrence Brooks LWWLLW Cobo Center Ballroom, Detroit WIN
Split-decision
Nov. 20, 1999 Dewayne Holland LLL Canton WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 6, 1999 Charles Howe WWWWWW State Fairgrounds, Columbus WIN
Split-decision
July 16, 1999 Guy Packer LWLLLD Twin Lakes Golf Club, Oakland WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 12, 1998 Chris Haentjiens LLWWLL Detroit WIN
Points
Nov. 14, 1998 Leon Finchem LLL Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 2, 1996 Ron Krull LLW Detroit WIN
KO
Sept. 15, 1995 Shawn Purdy WWL Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision