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Tomasz Adamek To Stay Busy, Fights In September, December Planned

By James Slater: Fresh off his wide (on the cards), yet somewhat debatable points win over "Fast" Eddie Chambers, Poland's Tomasz Adamek will look to keep himself busy as he continues his run towards a second shot at the world heavyweight title.

According to Dan Rafael of ESPN.com, "Goral" will definitely see action on Sept. 8th at The Prudential Centre in Newark, and the plan is, if everything goes ok in September, for Adamek to fight again in the U.S in December. So far, no names have been announced for either bout (but Rafael reports that Chambers, who feels he won the June 16th fight, will not be in the opposite corner, as the bicep injury he suffered in the Adamek encounter will keep him out of action for at least two months).

It's good that Adamek, one of the world's most popular and exciting heavyweights, is keeping his fans happy by fighting on a regular basis. Whatever you thought about the Chambers fight, and whoever you think won it, it has to be agreed that Adamek is a fighter to be reckoned with. Beaten only by the mighty Vitali Klitschko at heavyweight, the former light-heavy and cruiserweight champ could grab a belt at a third weight yet. Or, at the very least, Adamek will continue to keep us entertained in a series of big fights.

A return with Chambers would be a seller if it happened, as would an Adamek-Chris Arreola II. The TV networks are interested in both fights, and maybe one or both of them will happen in 2013.

Adamek still believes he can rule the world at heavyweight, and his adoring fans still have absolute faith in him. Just try telling an Adamek fanatic he didn't deserve that decision over Chambers!

Article posted on 29.06.2012



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