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Adamek Breaks Down The Plan To Defeat Klitschko

By Luke Furman

Heavyweight contender Tomasz Adamek (44-1, 28KOs) is preparing in Bushkill in Pennsylvania for his upcoming fight with WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (42-2, 39KOs). The fight takes place on September 10 at Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw, Poland. Adamek has a strategy planned out, which includes avoiding Klitschko's big right, throwing fast combinations and making the bigger fighter work hard to deplete his stamina.

"First of all I have to avoid his right hand. Speed ​​is my strength and I am going to use it. I want to get him tired and [I want] to throw combinations. This is the only chance for victory. I will spend twelve round waiting around for one big shot like David Haye did with Wladimir. One punch does not win a fight.

Adamek said he is not paying attention to Vitali breaking his training camp in Austria to handle a political problem in Kiev.

"I think he knows what he's doing, it's a psychological [game]. I do not care what the opponent is doing before a fight with me. I'm only focused on myself and on this fight, to be perfectly prepared," Adamek said.

Luke Furman covers the boxing scene for bokser.org

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mshap on 08-14-2011

as a HW, Adamek has shown no punching power whatsoever, certainly not enough to make a dent in Vitali -- think Adamek will actually try to win the fight, unlike most K bro opponents -- but the outcome is inevitable

Comment by fastblack on 08-14-2011

adamek seems to be a nice guy and deserves a paycheck but Poles don't win never have never will.

Comment by Sadistic on 08-14-2011

Comment by !!Captain on 08-14-2011

I don't see Adamek winning this, although he has big respect for trying. But can we at least see 5-6 rounds where we actually think that we have a real fight on our hands? Please Mr. Adamek, don't become Peter,…

Comment by jimmy1569 on 08-13-2011

Seems to me.. Adamek knows his options are limited.. Vitali lands his right & it's hasta lavista for him..the plan of trying to deplete his stamina won't work as his work rate is better than Adamek's... his only shot at…

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