Recently I got a chance to speak with Polish born Tomasz Adamek regarding his upcoming fight with Eddie Chambers on June 16, here at the Prudential Center. Adamek is 45-2 with 28 KO’s.


By Raymond Rolak

There is only one month left before Tomasz Adamek’s (45-2, 28 KOs) fight with „Fast” Eddie Chambers (36-2, 18 KOs). The two will face off on Saturday night, June 16th at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Adamek’s trainer Roger Bloodworth told us about the preparations.

Tomasz Adamek (right) beat Nagy Aguilera via unanimous decision on March 24. (Ed Mulholland/US Presswire)

Heavyweight Tomasz Adamek has an opponent for his June 16 date: former heavyweight title challenger Eddie Chambers.

JERSEY CITY - Today Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KO's),discussed his upcoming heavyweight bout with Nagy Aguilera (17-6, 12 KO's),and answered media questions. HIs fight is part of the exciting March 24th NBC Sports Network Fight Night show featuring Zab Judah vs. Vernon Paris, airing live 10PM on NBC Sports Network from the Aviator Sports and Events Center in Brooklyn, NY.

JERSEY CITY, NJ – Former World Light Heavyweight and Cruiserweight Champion Tomasz Adamek and trainer Roger Bloodworth spoke to the media following an open workout at the World Boxing and Fitness Center in Jersey City, New Jersey on Thursday. In the second installment of NBC Sports Network Fight Night series, Adamek, 44-2, 28 KO’s, will face “Dominican Dynamite” Nagy Aguilera, 17-6, 12 KO’s. The bout will take place Saturday, March 24th at the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn on the undercard to Zab Judah’s Homecoming bout against Detroit’s Undefeated Vernon Paris.

Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KO’s) held a media workout at World Boxing and Fitness Center in Jersey City, New Jersey to promote his upcoming fight March 24th against Nagy Aguilera, (17-6, 12 KO’s) .

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.