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Mariusz Wach To Crack WBC Top Ten, Eyes Vitali

By Luke Furman

31-year-old Mariusz Wach (25-0, 13 KOs), who last week crushed Kevin McBride (35-10-1, 29 KOs) with a brutal fourth round knockout, is going to climb in the WBC's heavyweight rankings. Wach, who previously sat at number 13, is going to crack the top ten with a "number nine" position. Wach's countryman, Tomasz Adamek, faces WBC heavyweight champion Vitlai Klitschko on September 10 in Poland.

Luke Furman covers the boxing scene for bokser.org.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ShoulderRoll on 08-05-2011

Another Wach story??? All the guy did was beat old man Kevin McBride for f*ck's sake. Can we slow the hype train down just a tad?

Comment by The Buzz on 08-05-2011

[QUOTE=BostonGuy;10949428]BigPoopaPump has been spamming the boards for the past couple of days with "Wach news." WTF? Dayum, you need to get off dis kat's dick, yo....:lol1: :joke:[/QUOTE] It's not the moderator, the stories are coming in from European sports writers…

Comment by Freedom. on 08-05-2011

I hope Mariusz Wach's next fight is with a WBC-ranked boxer like Bermaine Stiverne.

Comment by BostonGuy on 08-05-2011

BigPoopaPump has been spamming the boards for the past couple of days with "Wach news." WTF? Dayum, you need to get off dis kat's dick, yo....:lol1: :joke:

Comment by WladIsTheChamp on 08-05-2011

Vitaly is going to be one hated man in Poland - Sosnowski Goral and now Wach...

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