Ammo Williams coach wants fighters back as soon as possible, more active in 2022
Austin “Ammo” Williams (9-0) ended his 2021 campaign with a 2nd round win over Quatavious Cash (14-3-1) on Dec. 4 in Las Vegas. The fight took place at the MFM Grand as part of the DAZN framework with a slight clash between Devin Haney and JoJo Diaz.
It was the first game for Williams’ practice with world-class coach Kevin Cunningham. They prepare for the confrontation at Cunningham’s gym in South Florida.
Williams got off to a strong start and although some observers felt the stoppage time was too early, he managed to land some damaging hits.
“The ammo went out and scored in the second knockout round. I am happy with the end result but there is still a lot of work to be done,” Cunningham told BoxingScene.com.
In March, he won a unanimous decision against veteran candidate Denis Douglin.
He took a 2-0 lead that year but Cunningham hopes to get him back in the ring in the near future and wants him to be more active in 2022.
“Definitely I want him back soon. He didn’t even break a sweat. I want to see him fight back as soon as possible,” Cunningham said.
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