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Photos: Saleta Working Hard For Andrew Golota Bout

By Luke Furman, bokser.org

Former European champion Przemyslaw Saleta (43-7, 21 KOs) is training hard for his scheduled fight with four-time heavyweight world title challenger Andrew Golota (41-8-1, 33 KOs). The two boxers recently went face to face at an official press conference at the Marriott Hotel in Warsaw, Poland - where the fighters announced their showdown on February 23rd at Ergo Arena in Gdansk. The fight is going to be a retirement match for both, and the card will be televised in Poland on “Polsat" via pay-per-view system.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 01-14-2013

[QUOTE=GAR1680-Boxing;12912911]I no longer think 45 is too old for a heavyweight to get in the ring (especially after seeing what Foreman did at his age), but I don’t think Golota should be among them. This is bad for boxing. Besides,…

Comment by joe strong on 01-14-2013

[QUOTE=New England;12915217]good post joe. i don't agree with all of it (for instance, floyd mayweather makes ungodly amounts of money today with ppv,) but you have some nice points. hockey is 100 times more popular in my area (the northeast,)…

Comment by New England on 01-14-2013

[QUOTE=joe strong;12915203]been watching boxing since 88(14 years old)& i disagree as i noticed more people paying attention to the sport when you had guys like golota, tyson, holyfield, etc. in the 90s everyone fought each other, there was only 3…

Comment by New England on 01-14-2013

[QUOTE=papillon82;12912572]That's quite a scar on his left midsection. Is this guy a bodybuilder or a boxer.[/QUOTE] looks like a topheavy bodybuilder to me. most BB have crazy legs, as you need the base to continue to put weight up top.…

Comment by joe strong on 01-14-2013

[QUOTE=GAR1680-Boxing;12912911]I no longer think 45 is too old for a heavyweight to get in the ring (especially after seeing what Foreman did at his age), but I don’t think Golota should be among them. This is bad for boxing. Besides,…

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