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Except from Klichko fight Adamek has not really took punishment from anybody in heavy weight. Arreala was the hardest puncher he met and did take maybe ane or two good punches. You can think that he didn’t win with Chambers but he probobly could hit Adamek with that right hand all day and not make any damage. He’s taking some hard punches each fight but not a lot of them. He actually changed his style for HW. In cruiser there was less movement in the ring. Good left hand, combos and good power for cruiser, was enough for him to be champion in cruiser and he was even more of a warrior then. He could stand in front of anybody take hard same punches, fight back and knock out these guys with counter attacks or good left jab and fight with Cunnunhgam is the best example. USS was better for basicly all the fight, but when Adamek attacked he just knoked him down with hard and precise punches. Cunningham was more upset then hurt by those punches and that says it really that in cruiser punches are not that hard at least by most of the fighters. I dont think Adamek took that much of punishment during his carrier. I belive that he’s in his best years for boxing now. Considering that he put on weight about 20 pounds since going to HW he’s body also must adapt and his couch said it then that he will finish that process in about 2012-2013. He also belived that Klichko fight was about a year too early (he said it before the fight ;P) but too good to turn down. Adamek want’s title fight again in 2013 and money that cames with it. Someone said here that he doesn’t have what it takes for Klichko and may be truth but money is tempting. If he loses that, it would be better for him to finish carrier or maybe get back to cruiser for some title fights for TV which is good money as well and much bigger chances for some belts. Pretty good situation for Adamek. He wouldn’t have to fight so often to improve his position like in HW he could fight only with the best.

Posted October 28, 2012 1:28 am 


I agree about Adamek. He’s had his share of tough fights and I hope he knows when the time is right to call it a career. Although I am a fan of the guy, I think the chances of him becoming champion are slim. He’s just too small and doesn’t have the power to give someone like Wladimir or Vitali trouble. Adamek showed a lot of heart in his fight against Vitali but it was tough to watch if you’re an Adamek fan. He got beat up pretty good.

Posted October 26, 2012 4:38 am 


You wonder how today’s sad news is going to affect Wladimir. He won’t forget what Emmanuel taught him but he also will no longer have him there if things start to get tough.

Posted October 25, 2012 7:06 pm 


This is a fight I definitely want to see, and it will be a sold out, no doubt. Adamek by a late KO stoppage.

Posted October 25, 2012 6:14 pm 


Neither of these guys has a chance in the world of beating Pulev… But it’s interesting to me that Wladimir will soon be facing Pulev—who may be the toughest fighter he’s faced in his career. I’m also interested in seeing how Wladimir does against Wach, because he’s big, tall, strong, hard punching, and no pushover. The competition at heavyweight is heating up and this will be an interesting decade.

Posted October 25, 2012 3:55 pm 


Not too surprising based on the following Adamek has with Polish fans in that area. Plus the Sands has more of a theater type venue as opposed to an arena. I think it fits approximately 3,000 people.

Posted October 25, 2012 3:09 pm 

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