February 10, 2015
February 10, 2015
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CWM Cyclone Promotions is pleased to confirm Belfast’s talented Anthony ‘The Apache’ Cacace will box Spain’s Santiago Bustos over eight rounds in an international super featherweight contest in Belfast on February 28, sponsored by CWM FX.

On the same Odyssey Arena bill CWM Cyclone Promotions’ middleweight prospect Conrad Cummings faces the toughest test of his career when he takes on fellow unbeaten prospect Roberto Palenzuela, 3(1) – 0 – 1, of Spain in a six round international middleweight contest.

Both bouts are part of a top-quality show topped by IBF World Super Bantamweight champion Carl Frampton, who makes the first defence of his title against Chris Avalos in a fight screened live on ITV.

Cacace’s 11th outing on The World Is Not Enough show, will be screened live on ITV4 as part of the build-up to the main event, which goes out prime time on the flagship ITV channel, returning to big time boxing after an absence of five years.

Undefeated Cacace, 10(4) – 0, takes a step up in class against the capable Mallorcan Bustos, who is well known in the UK having previously beaten Crawley’s former WBO European and English champion Ben Jones over ten enthralling rounds last November.

County Tyrone’s exciting middleweight Conrad ‘Dynamite’ Cummings 5(2) – 0, boxes against an unbeaten opponent for the first time in his professional career when he takes on Palenzuela.

Cacace vs Bustos and Cummings vs Palenzuela are part of a blockbuster card that also includes Manchester’s Denton Vassell facing off against Viktor Plotnikov for the vacant IBF Intercontinental Welterweight title and the return of Belfast’s former Commonwealth Games gold medallist Paddy Gallagher in a four round welterweight bout.

The World Is Not Enough, Frampton vs Avalos, sponsored by CWM FX, will be screened live and exclusively on ITV on Saturday the 28th of February. Cacace vs Bustos and Cummings vs Palenzuela plus the rest of an action-packed undercard plus the full build-up to Frampton vs Avalos will be live on ITV4.

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