PHILLY BOXING HISTORY - April 23, 2015                                                              
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Press Release by Marc Abrams
Photo by John DiSanto


For Immediate Release

Philadelphia (April 21, 2015) -- Former two-time world cruiserweight champion and current heavyweight contender, Steve "USS" Cunningham has signed with adviser Al Haymon.

Cunningham of Philadelphia is excited about the prospects for his future.

"I'm looking forward to working with Al. He's a genius at what he does. I've been watching him for several years and seeing all that he accomplishes for his fighters but have always been on the outside looking in due to contractual obligations. It finally lined up to where we can work together and it's going to be great. I believe my best fights have yet to be seen," said Cunningham.


Cunningham has a record of 28-7 with 13 knockouts. He won the IBF Cruiserweight championship when he traveled to Poland and defeated Krzysztof Wlodarczyk on May 26, 2007. He defended the title by stopping Marco Huck via 12th round stoppage in Bielfield, Germany on December 29, 2007. Cunningham became a two-time champion on June 5, 2010 when he stopped Troy Ross in five rounds.


Cunningham is coming off a controversial split decision defeat to Vyacheslav Glazkov on March 14 in Montreal. 


Steve and his wife/manager Livvy will be honored this Friday night at the 90th annual BWAA Awards dinner as they will receive the Bill Crawford Courage Award for their perseverance while their 9-year old daughter Kennedy went through a life saving heart transplant last December.

The awards dinner will take place at Capitale in New York City.




Press Release - Philadelphia - April 23, 2015