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Trainer Kenny Adams is Hospitalized, Kidney Failure

By Rick Reeno

Las Vegas - BoxingScene.com was advised that respected trainer Kenny Adams, 70-years-old, was hospitalized on Friday afternoon with kidney failure. Adams, who was scheduled to work the corner for at least two fighters on Saturday's Marquez-Katsidis undercard at the MGM Grand, was feeling sick for the last few days. After going to local hospital on Friday, doctors ran a few tests and he was immediately admitted for further tests and treatment.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by KingOfBox on 11-26-2010

get well Kenny!!!

Comment by spoonwars on 11-26-2010

i've been around people who got it too apparently they do not believe in organic and live foods

Comment by oscar_angels091 on 11-26-2010

my grandmother just died two days ago because of kidney failure :/ hope he gets better.

Comment by savorduhflavor on 11-26-2010

My kidneys failed on me....not fun, dialysis is horrible. I hope everything goes well for him, it's a horrific experience.

Comment by Shadow boxer 3 on 11-26-2010

i'v had 2 family members pass from kidney failure. i hope he gets better

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