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Tomasz Adamek on His Own, Parts Ways With Main Events

By Ruslan Chikov

Former light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Tomasz Adamek (48-2, 29 KOs) has parted ways with longtime promoter Main Events. The information was confirmed to ringpolska.pl by Main Events CEO Kathy Duva. Adamek had been with Main Events since 2008. He last fought for the company in December, winning a close and controversial split decision in a rematch with Steve Cunningham. He was ordered to face Kubrat Pulev in a final IBF heavyweight eliminator, but took a pass on the opportunity.

"We respect the choices of Tomasz. We wish him all the best. Our doors are always open for him if he decides to come back someday," said Duva.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 03-18-2013

The WBC route is the likely route...i wonder if there is more is brewing from his DUI charge in the states. I haven't been following...

Comment by marvelousmatt on 03-18-2013

[QUOTE=mathed;13158295]I don't get that either, Adamek has never ducked anyone so i don't know what his motive is.[/QUOTE] Stupid move here. Duva is building her HW stable and makes fights with anyone willing. She has NBC and $$$ behind her…

Comment by Weltschmerz on 03-18-2013

[QUOTE=molinari;13158857]Adamek wants to fight for WBC when Vitali retires, he wants a rematch with Arreola if Chric can beat Stiverne and get the WBC belt, it was explained to you guys so many times already. He will sign with Mariusz…

Comment by wja1966 on 03-18-2013

I think he'll sign with Sauerland or Golden Boy

Comment by molinari on 03-18-2013

Adamek wants to fight for WBC when Vitali retires, he wants a rematch with Arreola if Chric can beat Stiverne and get the WBC belt, it was explained to you guys so many times already. He will sign with Mariusz…

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