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Old 12-19-2012, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Philadel View Post
I love this article...proper read ....I got a lil' choked up reading that...Adamek did indeed dodge Steve for like 4 yrs....I remember seeing Steve at the Adamek-Banks fight and expecting Adamek to fight him next...but he didn't.....with Sauerland having the top cruisers under contract, I felt like it was a good move for Steve to roll with them to get those fights...but it didn't work out the way I thought

Haye didn't want it at cruiser...Huck would NEVER take the rematch and it took Adamek 4 years to man up and walk the dogs...WAR USS
why is it ducking when fighter A has beaten fighter B, fighter B did little to prove he deserved a rematch, and fighter A and B aren't even fighting in the same division for the majority of those four years?
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