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 Last update:  2/6/2012       Read more by Luke Furman         
   
Adamek is Eager To Fight David Haye, Even in England
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By Luke Furman

Former light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28KOs) is eager to stage a fight with David Haye (25-2, 23KOs), the former WBA heavyweight champion, and he doesn't have a problem doing it in England.

Adamek and Haye suffered defeats to the Klitschko brothers in 2011. Adamek was stopped in nine rounds by older brother Vitali in September, and younger Wladimir won a twelve round decision over Haye in July.

Haye retired from boxing last October, but a fight with Adamek might be lucrative enough to return. Adamek is still the biggest boxing star in Poland.

"I would fight with Haye in England or Poland. I think this type of fight would probably happen in England, but for me it's no problem. There are a lot of Poles living there. Haye is a showman, so he provides good publicity, and I also have my strengths. The fight itself would probably be good and very popular," Adamek said.

Luke Furman covers the Polish boxing scene for bokser.org.

Tags: Tomasz Adamek , David Haye


 

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comment by Walt Liquor, on 02-07-2012
[QUOTE=gmc_rfc_06]I'm a Chad fan, but he's not exactly a fighter who has shown a lot of heart through his career. He pounded Adamek. I do think this would a decent fight right enough.[/QUOTE] adamek is a different fighter now, back in the lhw days he was a brawler and chad is a much much be...

comment by Pirao, on 02-07-2012
Too bad Haye will never take a dangerous fight that can jeopardize his payday against a Klitschko.

comment by Jack Napier, on 02-07-2012
better fight than Vit-Haye would like to see this match since both failed with a Klit already either guy can win it and Haye wouldn't be scared wanna see Adamek get another meaningful fight knew he was gonna get killed by Vit, but still felt kinda bad for him

comment by turbotime, on 02-07-2012
This is a good fight. I think Haye has a good shot to win by stoppage.

comment by ianokam, on 02-07-2012
[QUOTE=dancovboxer]When was the last time Haye knocked anybody out cold? When was the last time Adamek got knocked out cold? Haye has such a dogsh1t work rate, he fights so negatively it amazes me how anybody can say he's an exciting fighter. I think Adamek has a very live chance of outworking...

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