As he looks off into the sunset of his career, Steve Cunningham can see family, buying properties, managing fighters and drawing comic books. No-one knows the distance of such a view and, for the moment, the thought of being a three-time world cruiserweight champion is still very much in the mind of the 39-year-old Philadelphian. On Saturday (16 April), ‘USS Cunningham’ will engage in his ninth world title fight (his first was against Krzysztof Wlodarczyk in 2006), when he meets WBO champion Krzysztof Glowacki at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, live on Boxnation in the UK. “I didn’t know that,” said Cunningham, with a laugh, but sounding surprised, when Boxing Monthly informed him of the stat. “This level of boxing is what I dreamed about, what every fighter dreams about, fighting for world titles, defending world titles, getting more world titles. To be able to be a 16-year veteran in boxing and still perform at this level is nothing short of a blessing. I believe this is going to be an explosive fight."