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Pawel Wolak is Very Eager To Face Delvin Rodriguez

By Martin Filipowski

According to junior middleweight Pawel Wolak (29-1, 19 KOs), his next fight will be scheduled on either June 24 or July 8, and ESPN's Friday Night Fights will televise the card. Wolak says his opponent is going to be Delvin Rodriguez (25-5-2, 14 KO). The "Raging Bull" expects a very exciting fight with Rodriguez.

"This fight would be organized by [promoter] Joe DeGuardia, so I expect that he will match me against Rodriguez. [Rodriguez] wants to take my place in the rankings. This is normal and I'm not afraid. Our fight will certainly be very spectacular. This will likely be a great opportunity for me to showcase myself to a large audience on ESPN. I want people to see me and for them to like my style of fighting, which is to always come forward," Wolak said. "Raging Bull."

Wolak wants to stay busy. He hopes to get a title opportunity before the end of the year.

Martin Filipowski covers the boxing scene for bokser.org

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by sserped on 04-30-2011

i would love to see arum put wolak against martirosyan in an undercard of a big fight.

Comment by onechance87 on 04-30-2011

good fight,Wolak by ko.

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 04-30-2011

I seen him fight live in yankee stadium everyone thought yuri would beat him but I knew wolak style would beat yuri easy the guy just keeps coming forward delvin is a good fighter but wolak is a better one

Comment by Freedom. on 04-30-2011

I love this guys attitude! :fing02: Wolak has earned a world title shot, but instead of complaining because he's not getting it, he's enthusiastic about his next fight anyway. I'm a bit worried though, Rodreguiz isn't a good style match-up…

Comment by UglyPug on 04-30-2011

[QUOTE=Stones!;10456069]Wolak is never in a dull fight, can't wait for this one. :boxing: Hopefully he slices through Rodriguez with no troubles and receives a well deserved title-shot later this year.[/QUOTE] i agree i'd like to see him get his shot…

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