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Old 12-23-2012, 07:44 AM #16
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I remember many people saying Adamek would be the guy to solve the Klitschko riddle. To just get in there and let the hands go because that's supposedly what everyone else failed to do. And, once again, that myth was dispelled. What a brutal beating that was. Vitali looked like he wasn't even enjoying it.
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