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Photos: Mariusz Wach Adding Power For Tye Fields Battle

By Luke Furman

Polish heavyweight Mariusz Wach (26-0, 14 KOs) is training very hard for his next fight, scheduled for the 24th of March in Atlantic City. For the first time in his career, the Polish Giant will face even bigger man, Tye Fields (49-4, 44 KOs). The 32-year-old fighter from Cracow is going through a lot of strength training exercises at the Global Boxing Gym in North Bergen. Photos by bokser.org.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Anton LaVey on 02-13-2012

[QUOTE=GoogleMe;11776590]Sadly he's 32...[/QUOTE] Young pup in today's HW division -- Vitali is 40 and the best in the world. WACH AND ROLL!

Comment by GoogleMe on 02-13-2012

Sadly he's 32...

Comment by knockoutkid on 02-13-2012

This guy could be the best up and coming HW out there. He has the ability that Dimitrenko, Pulev dont have and the technique and stamina/ strength which Fury doesnt have.

Comment by chillpill365 on 02-12-2012

Apparently Frankenstein's monster has become a professional boxer.

Comment by joe strong on 02-12-2012

[QUOTE=Freedom.;11774651]If he's going in with non-ranked journeymen like Fields, it would be better for Wach to be active this year and fight four times. He really should be fighting a WBC ranked contender like Stiverne or Lawrence.[/QUOTE]i agree but he…

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