Adamek Denies Reports of Potential Bryant Jennings Bout
By Luke Furman
Former two division champion Tomasz Adamek (48-2, 29 KOs) has denied reports of a planned fight with undefeated Bryant Jennings (16-0, 8 KOs) in Philadelphia on November 19. Adamek returns on August 3 in Uncasville against an opponent to be determined with NBC Sports televising. Adamek is hoping to grab a few wins with the goal of gaining the opportunity to fight for the world championship in 2014.
"[Am I fighting Jennings], not that I know of. I have a different plan [for my career] than a fight with Jennings. I do not know where this information came from. I mean, I know, because I've read it on the internet, but he can say anything to anyone. I will say this: the fight between Adamek and Jennings will not happen," Adamek said.
Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org
Adamek has a very important bout with Tony Grano to worry about. :lol1::lol1:Comment by Hitman932 on 06-13-2013
[QUOTE=yoz;13466499]Isn't Chisora fighting Scott, and Price, Tony Thompson?[/QUOTE] Only because the Americans made the fights by having the balls to travel overseas. Chisora and Price would both cry themselves to sleep every night if they knew they were coming to…Comment by BigOneFromCuba on 06-13-2013
The only reason Ademak will lose is because he's shot. In his prime he'd breeze through a fight with a guy who just learned how to box a few yrs back and still throws wide punches. :boxing:Comment by nycsmooth on 06-12-2013
a risky bout 4 adamek as 2 go w/some he can lose 2....he's more apt 2 go 4 a lesser guy, easier 4 him 2 control...Comment by toshmurph on 06-12-2013
I used to like Adamek at LH and CW, and had a lot of respect for the guy when he fought Chris Arreola, and even in defeat to Vitali.. But since the Chambers and Cunningham fights, he's lost his balls…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (8)