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.