By Tomasz Dworczyk
Tomasz Dworczyk: You fought 44 bouts in your career and you lost only once, in 2007 with Chad Dawson. Which fight in your boxing career you consider as the hardest?
Tomasz Adamek: The first title bout was the hardest fight in my career. I had a broken nose.
Tomasz Adamek, who last fought the previous year against Witlij Kliczko, is now preparing for his next fight. The Polish boxer trains under the eye of Roger Bloodworth and Tyler Woodman eith whom he has strength training. Adamek trains five times a week and twice a day. In a few days he will have spars.
By Przemek Garczarczyk
Photo: Mike Gladysz/Adamek Team
“I have message for people who think that after Vitali Klitschko I will just cruise along, fighting only for money,” says former IBF cruiserweight and WBC light heavyweight champion Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KOs), who in his first heavyweight title fight lost to WBC champ Vitali Klitschko. “People who think that don’t know me. If you only fight for money you will lose because we have guaranteed purses before we step into the ring. I want to win, and it will never change.”