Adamu the Crusader not giving up on boxing yet

boxingBy Prince Dornu-Leiku - Former Commonwealth Super Middleweight champion Charles Adamu AKA the Crusader says his professional career is far from over even though he has not fought in nearly two years.

Adamu, 17-5, 12 KOs, has remained inactive since losing his Commonwealth belt to Briton George Groves in April 2010, many boxing insiders even forgetting him altogether. But the man famously nicknamed the Crusader says he will be back, only if he gets the right manager.

的知 not finished with boxing yet, trust me I will be back. I知 fit, I知 training everyday and I知 ready to fight even today but I have to get a good manager..

典he sport is very tough with lots of challenges and without a good manager who will take care of all your needs whilst you are training and fighting, then it becomes even harder, a disconsolate Adama told then Ghana based newspaper ALL SPORTS.
Also a former national champion, Adamu remains adamant he will be back because he is a warrior and no amount of disappointments will discourage him from the childhood dream he has always harboured to be a world champ.

He stated: 鼎an you believe I致e never had any real purse and no money at all even when I fought in Britain and won the Commonwealth title?

釘ad managers ruined me but I know when I get a good manager, everything will be alright. I want to be a world champion. I want to beat Carl Froch before I retire.

Article posted on 30.03.2012

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