Adamek sees Aguilera as being a tough opponent
by Sylwester Jankowski (BoxingNews.pl) Two division champion and current heavyweight contender Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KO) is awaiting his return to the ring which will take place on March 24th in Brooklyn, New York. The 35-years old Pole nicknamed “The Highlander” will face a Dominicam fighter Nagy Aguilera (17-6, 12 KO). The bout is scheduled for 10 round and it will be the first Adamek’s ring appearance since his loss to Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40 KO) in September last year.
Article posted on 09.03.2012
Although Aguilera is a clear underdog, Adamek expects a tough fight from the younger and ambitious opponent.
“I’m a highlander and I don’t give up easily. I read and interview with Aguilera and I’m glad that he’s going to be brave when we will be fighting in few weeks in Brooklyn. I always like when my opponent is not scared and doesn’t run during the fight. We’ll see if he will do the same what he says in interviews when he’ll enter the ring. I hope he will” – Adamek told Nowy Dziennik.
The bout will take place at Aviator Sports Complex. The capacity of the venue is only around 1000 seats.
“It’s disappointing that not too many people will enter the venue, but I’m sure my fans will be there” – Adamek added.
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