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Adamek Felt Huck Won, Says Povetkin Was Overweight

By Ruslan Chikov

Former two division world champion Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KOs) was an interested viewer of last Saturday's exciting heavyweight fight between WBA "regular" beltholder Alexander Povetkin and WBO cruiserweight king Marco Huck. The bout, which took place in Stuttgart, saw Povetkin win a close twelve round majoirty decision.

A lot of experts scored the fight in favor of Huck, and Adamek was one of them. Povetkin started very strong in the contest, but faded in the later rounds and took punishment. Adamek feels Povetkin suffered from stamina issues due to his poor conditioning.

"Huck won the fight with Povetkin. Marco was landing a lot of punches on a fighter, who after the fourth round didn't have any strength. I doubt Povetkin underestimated him - rather, he was too heavy and he really shouldn't have weighed that much, because he's smaller than me. This was not the same boxer [that we've seen in previous fights]," Adamek told Ring Polska.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by The_Golden_Boi on 03-01-2012

[QUOTE=ChristianBale;11840741]What are the Americans saying in that division,[/QUOTE] The Americans don't know that the division is still up and running.

Comment by PlayerKiller on 03-01-2012

[QUOTE=sofreshhh;11832681]Euro bums who care?[/QUOTE] What are the Americans saying in that division,

Comment by sofreshhh on 03-01-2012

[QUOTE=Fish_Scotland;11832688]:crackhead Just another retarded american c*cksucker?[/QUOTE] No need for anger my friend. Other than the klits brothers you euro fighters suck major donkey balls. Thats not opinion that is fact!!!:tool:

Comment by MujoHrnjica on 03-01-2012

excuses excuses..

Comment by brysquared1016 on 02-28-2012

[QUOTE=Tobi.G;11833669][B]What is methadone[/B]? Povetkin was a few pounds to heavy but not much. The problem is he was just not in shape, trainingcamp sucked, he had to find a new trainer and only worked for him 4 weeks. So he…

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