The few days that I had in Poland I mainly spent with my family. On Wednesday I went to Warsaw where I practically gave the whole day to the press. In Champions Restaurant which is not only famous for being located close to the ring, I answered multiple questions from the press. There were also other nice accents. Editor in chief of Gentleman Magazine, Mariusz Pujszo gave me with the Gentleman award 2010 which I had been awarded in June. I could not attend the gala in June to receive the award because I was training for my fight with Grant
Another pleasant addition to my trip was my meeting with a huge boxing fan who came to see me all the way from Ireland, Łukasze Podgórski. He left on a coach bus on Sunday so that he and his fiancé, Natalia could arrive in Warsaw on Wednesday at the latest. . Łukasz knows boxing very well and he watched all of my fights. He says that his whole family sets an alarm so that they do not miss my fight. His dream of meeting me, receiving an autograph on a pair of gloves and having a conversation with me came true. I have to admit that he had to wait for a meeting like this quite long. People like that make me happy, it is because of boxing fans like him that make it worth getting into the ring and winning fights. Łukasz is greatly oriented in Polish worldwide boxing. It does not bother him that he lives and works in Ireland.
Today on Thursday, September 2nd I took part in the recording of the Szymon Majewski Show. The effects from the recording can be seen on Monday, September 6th at 9:30pm on TVN. There will be much laughter and humor. I did not know that Adamek was known in such a far country as Mongolia. To my big surprise I was asked to be interviewed by Ułan Bator on tv. I will participate in this sensational material with side by side photography with this head on reporter of television… Right after recording I went straight to Gilowice for my wife and then to Bielska Biała.
In the evening there will be a celebration for my wife Dorota’s birthday. I hope that tomorrow will allow me a visit to the dentist because on Saturday my family and I are leaving from Krakow to Newark. We will say goodbye to Poland for a little longer because we are already planning for my next fight in December. Before that we have tied emotion to the fight over Rafal Jackiewicz’s belt and other contracted fights with Polish boxers. I wish them successful fights. I, of course am interested in the contracted fights with the Kliczko brothers. I will say that fights like these sometimes abide by their own rules. We will wait until all this plans out and after that there will be more specific details about my plans to fight for the belt.