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‘It’s been the Liam show’ - Jason Cunningham vows to let boxing do the talking against Liam Davies

Jason Cunningham will be looking to silence the Telford crowd when he takes on home town favourite Liam Davies.

Jason Cunningham revealed he is happy for Liam Davies to do the talking before their British super bantamweight title fight this Saturday. 

The Doncaster-born fighter will be looking to deliver the first blemish on Davies' perfect 13-0 professional record.
Four championships will be on the line, including Cunningham's WBO International super bantamweight belt which he won against Miguel Gonzalez last March.

While Davies has vowed to end the fight before the final bell, Cunningham doesn't seem fazed by the comments.

The 33-year-old said: "I have heard it all before about being written off and I have been in these four-belt fights before.
"Telford has become my second home since I have been with Queensberry but, obviously, I expect it to be a bit more hostile on Saturday night.
"I am very much looking forward to it, I'm excited to be back out again on the big stage, with it being TNT's first show with Queensberry.
"So it is all good, main event, I am looking forward to a great fight to show why I am the number one super bantamweight with Queensberry.
"It's kind of been the Liam show and even this week I've just let him do what he does and enjoy building it up. It goes straight over my head, he can't get under my skin.
"It is only a matter of days away, the talking is done and he can keep going on as much as he wants.
"I cannot wait for Saturday night. It has proper put the fire in my belly, Telford is in for a great fight."

READ MORE: Liam Davies vs Jason Cunningham tips: Four championships and one unbeaten record at stake in Telford

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