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Cunningham Thanks Adamek Fans For Their Support

By Luke Furman

Steve Cunningham (25-5, 12 KOs), who feels robbed of a victory, thanked the army of Polish boxing fans who reached out with their full support. Even many Polish boxing fans believe Cunningham had did enough to win a twelve round decision over the biggest Polish attraction, Tomasz Adamek (48-2, 29 KOs). Adamek was awarded a twelve round split decision victory.

"I would like to thank the Polish boxing fans who sent me messages after Saturday's fight with words of support and encouragement. I'm proud of my attitude in this one, that night I gave my best. The words of support that I received from the fans of Tomasz Adamek, who say that I won this fight, have helped me through this difficult time. I'm very disappointed that I was ripped off on Saturday. I appreciate the true boxing fans and I have a lot of respect for them for speaking the truth against the boxer who they support. Again, I thank you for your great support. May God bless you!"

Luke Furman covers boxing for bosker.org

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by royjonesjrKTFO on 12-25-2012

A ONE POINT or two point fight is not a robbery, people. I scored it 7-5 in rds to Adamek or a draw since there were several close rounds. When there is alot of close rounds, you're the champion being…

Comment by SoulByThePound on 12-24-2012

[QUOTE=cam89;12852569]Cunningham lost because he's a *****. Adamek is not even that great of puncher and he was still scared ****less. Glad he didn't get the decision, stop rewarding boring black cowards[/QUOTE] nice racism, its interesting that black boxers from america…

Comment by cam89 on 12-24-2012

Cunningham lost because he's a *****. Adamek is not even that great of puncher and he was still scared ****less. Glad he didn't get the decision, stop rewarding boring black cowards

Comment by I Love Jesus! on 12-24-2012

[QUOTE=kares;12851250]After watching the whole fight on youtube Adamek won there is no doubt about it he knocked him down 3 times yes that Cunningham had his moments but Adamek was not fealing his punches he was attacking the whole fight…

Comment by molinari on 12-24-2012

THere was a big outrage at polish boards after fight. Adamek is done, he lost a lot of fans even tho i personaly think fight was close and could go either way.

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