Thursday, February 14, 2013

Tomasz Adamek dropped the match with Kubrat Pulev.

Tomasz Adamek dropped the match with Kubrat Pulev.

Pulev belt has an international champion of the International Boxing Federation (IBF) and is considered a candidate for a match with Wladimir Klitschko.
He headed the list of candidates for a match with Klitschko IBF.
Pole Tomasz Adamek declined to match Kubrat Pulev, highlighting financial reasons and lack of "majors" in Bulgarian.
Sports analysts have pointed out the lack of any chance against Adamek Kubrat Pulev in the current form of both sports boxers were supposed to meet in March in a match in which Pulev to defend his belt.
Tomasz Adamek has recently come to the media with comments about the car crash that made a half months in America. As is known Adamek slammed with his SUV into two parked cars on entry into a sharp turn in the resort town of Lake Placid.
Adamek refused to undergo a field test for alcohol, which led to the start of the trial, which was to end on February 14 with the sentence.
The boxer said that he was devoted to rest, as the frequency of his recent fights did not allow him to fully recover, increasing the risk of injury. Within eight months in 2012, he played four games against infamous enemies.
However, Adamek had to point out some satisfactory reason, had chosen to fight in his homeland, where he would get more money.
Pole appears quite arrogant: "Whatever money was raised, the vast majority would have been due to my popularity," said Adamek.

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