Mariusz Wach is Open To Facing Tomasz Adamek

By Luke Furman

Giant-sized Polish heavyweight Mariusz Wach (27-1, 15 KOs) is open to the idea of facing his countryman Tomasz Adamek (47-2, 29KOs). Wach is already looking ahead after suffering a recent decision loss to IBO/WBO/WBA/IBF champion Wladimir Klitschko (59-3, 50 KOs). Adamek returns next month in a rematch with Steve Cunningham.

"I treat it as a profession. This is my profession, it's my job. I will cross gloves with Tomasz Adamek - I just need to get ready. There are so many other contenders out there that this encounter is not necessary. But surely a lot of boxing fans would like this fight. I do not mind. If there was such an opportunity, a possibility, I would just get ready. I treat every opponent, such as Tomasz, as the enemy. Before the fight, and after the fight - you know we are friends. But the ring is a sport, it is a battle," Wach said.

Luke Furman covers boxing for

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ddangerous on 11-23-2012

Solid fight for Polish fans. Adamek got ktfo by Vitali and Wach just survived Wlad so they can easily sell it. I like Tomasz, but Wach is massive. I could see Wach landing a big one and getting Adamek out…

Comment by molinari on 11-23-2012

Szpilka - Adamek would be so much bigger here in Poland. Szpilka is hyped as fvck(imo he`ll get ktfo when he fights someone who can pressure him, and his power punching myth has already been proved wrong in McCline fight)

Comment by LacedUp'sDream on 11-23-2012

Adamek wide points margin,I've no interest in it but the Poles worship Adanek and Wach is considered somewhat a hero for being indestructible,it'll be massive on polish ppv and both are based in NJ Adamek doesn't need him until he…

Comment by Weltschmerz on 11-22-2012

Adamek by UD

Comment by bulldognyc on 11-22-2012

that's the right attitude. ok, i know wlad spanked him, but the guy has his mind right. he took a L, that's it, keep it moving, fight your next fight. all who step up are the enemy. you can chill…

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