Cameron Hammond out to impress on Delhi undercard
CAMERON HAMMOND has packed his bags and relocated to Brisbane in order to chase his dream of becoming a great of Australian boxing.
The unbeaten Olympian has been out of action since he unanimously outpointed Indonesia’s Sahlan Coral last November and is keen to get back to his best.
He is currently training full-time alongside fellow professionals Kerry Hope, Liam Hutchinson and fast rising James MacDonald and is firing on all cylinders as he prepares to appear on the undercard of Hope’s clash with Indian superstar Vijender Singh in New Delhi on July 16.
“This next fight in India is exciting….to fight on such a big occasion and on my stablemate’s undercard is exactly what I need as I haven’t fought since late last year”. Cameron said.
“I’m 15-0 now and I can’t wait for the next phase ahead and I’ll be ready for whatever my promoter Ricky Hatton has planned for me.
“Since moving to Brisbane I’ve got good people around me who can help guide me and with Hatton Promotions, I know they can take me as far as possible in my career”.
Trainer Gareth Williams added: “Cam’s a good kid and I think he has some great attributes as a fighter,
“There’s no faster Jab or straight right hand then his in the game…it’s good to have him back and living the life of a fighter so we can now see his true potential.”