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KLITSCHKO DEFEATS ADAMEK

 

Klitschko beats Adamek....now what?

Vitali Klitschko racked up another title defense tonight with a TKO victory over Tomasz Adamek at the Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw, Poland.
 
 
As the Ukrainian has always done, he adopted the tactic of asserting the jab and throwing the occasional right hand from the off. Adamek stumbled into the ropes from a right in the very first round but remained composed.
In the second, Adamek threw a flurry of punches to the head but it looked as if not a single punch landed. Nevertheless, the Polish crowd cheered for their man but a another big right sent Adamek rocking back moments later. Another one made Adamek fall back against the ropes as he had done in the first round but referee, Massimo Barrovecchio refused to rule any of these a knockdown.
The fight soon settled into another pattern of Vitali dominating his opponent with his ram rod jab and big rights and the 6'1 challenger couldn't find a way in. Blood appeared to be running from Adamek's nose and out of his mouth early in the bout.
In the sixth, even though there did not appear to be much of a difference between this and the stumblings in the first and second round, Barrovecchio saw an opportunity to give a count to Adamek in this one and did so when Klitschko landed a right. Adamek was game to continue and was willing to keep taking the numerous jabs and rights for the next three rounds.
The fight came to a halt in the tenth as Klitschko stepped up his volume of punches, landing more jabs and rights than he previously did, obviously trying to get the referee's attention, and he was successful at doing so, as Barrovecchio saw enough and rescued Adamek from further punishment.
Speaking to SKY television's Adam Smith after the bout, Vitali was asked if he would like to fight David Haye to which the WBC heavyweight champion replied, "I want to knock David Haye out. Seriously."
David Haye aside, Tomasz Adamek was the last contender that could have potentially given Vitali trouble tonight in Poland and with him now out of the way, it is difficult to think of another contender. Tyson Fury has said some big words about fighting the Klitschko brothers, and has even voiced that he would like to face Wladimir in December on social networking site, Facebook but it would be sensible to think that he needs much more time and experience before even thinking about getting into the ring with one of the world's current best heavyweights.
Perhaps it is time to sit back and enjoy the Klitschkos while they are around because once they are gone then one can only dread to think of how many outcries will be pouring out for a stable heavyweight champion who actually has the genuine desire and pedigree to become and remain the best.
And Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko have plenty of both!

Source:www.twodice.tv/index.php

 

 

Vitali Klitschko.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WROCLAW, Poland -- Vitali Klitschko defeated Polish challenger Tomasz Adamek by technical knockout to retain his WBC heavyweight title Saturday.

Italian referee Massimo Barrovecchio stepped in two minutes 20 seconds into the 10th round to stop Klitschko from handing out any more punishment to the 34-year-old Adamek after an utterly dominant performance by the Ukrainian.

The 40-year-old Klitschko was six inches taller than his opponent and used his size advantage to have Adamek staggering back in the second, sixth and ninth rounds.

Klitschko slipped in the eighth, but carried on where he left off in the ninth and 10th to improve his record to 43-2, including 40 knockouts.

Adamek drops to 44-2.

 

Klitschko beats Adamek to a pulp in Poland, notches 40th KO victim

Ukrainian supremo Vitali Klitschko was at his dominant best at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw, Poland on Saturday, September 10 as he left Tomasz Adamek, a proud former champion of two weight classes, clueless in his own attack and defenceless against Vitali’s powerful jab and unforgiving right cross. Klitschko secured his 40th knockout victim and retained his WBC heavyweight world championship once again.

The strings of ACDC accompanied reigning WBC heavyweight world champion Klitschko to the ring while enough fire and gunpowder to make Guido Fawkes jealous was set off around the squared circle. The cool, composed and dominant Ukrainian was met with the hostile Wroclaw crowd in a stadium that looked completely packed and simply stunning. Vitali’s ring-walk and the show in general, was befitting of his status as an elite heavyweight.
As both fighters received their final instruction from the final man in the ring, their stare-down was as fierce as it was unflinching. The size differential was substantial as Klitschko towered above Adamek and jabbed the popular Pole into retreat.
Vitali, in an incredible athletic shape that belied his 40-years, kept a right glove between his chest and chin while his left looped low at waist-level. A punishing right cross fired from mid-range crunched onto the top of Adamek’s skull and left him momentarily jelly-legged. Adamek did not employ as much lateral movement as initially expected, but still darted in and out of the inside when attempting to pepper Vitali with two to four punch flurries.
Klitschko incorporated the double jab into his routine in the second round. Adamek was completely disorientated toward the end of the stanza and had to use the ropes to prevent himself from receiving a count. The Vitali right cross was a devastating weapon that had rocked Tomasz too many times in the opening rounds and unless the challenger paid more respect to his opponent’s power, then the early knockout would be a given.
Half-steps taken by Vitali ensured Tomasz could not land anything of note. Klitschko’s face was left largely unmarked while Adamek boxed with a glassy veneer over his eyes. Klitschko had the tempo under control and, whenever Adamek fought with the initiative, he had any attacking intention negated by Vitali’s defensive acumen and one-two jab-power punch combination.
The jab sparked claret to start leaking out of Adamek’s nose and he would also have had the taste of his own blood in his mouth. Klitschko’s head movement evaded Tomek’s focus to the upstars, however, when Adamek went for the breadbasket, he found repeated success as he adopted a stick-and-move tactic with solitary jabs to the brobdingnagian’s midsection.
When Adamek floated into the inside he was met with a crushing right cross at the start of the fifth but, true to his nickname of Goral, or Granite Chin, the 34-year-old absorbed Klitschko’s aggression. Adamek’s armour was far too thin as Klitschko’s jab – almost a power punch in itself – repeatedly worked it’s way onto Tomasz’s chin with ease.
The ropes again propped Adamek up in the sixth when the Pole seemed guaranteed to meet the canvas as Klitschko’s right cross forced Tomasz’s legs to give up on him and the referee administered a count. Adamek was dazed, confused and thrown off his game by Vitali’s accurate and potent double jab. By the round’s end, Adamek failed to defend himself against a treble jab.
Adamek fought with intent in the seventh as Vitali took a brief respite from the physical abuse carried out to Adamek’s marked-up and swollen face. Tomasz’s adopted boxing method at the start of the fight had been abandoned by the midway point as he circled the bigger man. Regardless of tactics, the Vitali jab remained impossible for Adamek to circumvent.
The approximate 42,000 fans in the Municipal Stadium went berserk with delight at the end of the eighth as Klitschko was crumpled on the deck, but it was not the result of any expended punch on behalf of the Pole… more so falling awkwardly went motioning forward. Dr Ironfist order was restored in the ninth, though, as the Ukrainian reasserted his jabbing and right cross authority. Adamek returned to his stool staggered and bloodied where the ring physician was ready to examine him.
The tenth round was ugly. Klitschko was so dominant, so unrelenting and Adamek so wilting, that there was a two-minute period where Adamek’s legs had gone and Vitali went about landing jab, jab, right cross, jab, jab, straight right, right until the referee, perhaps belatedly, waved the fight off as Tomasz returned to his corner with his eyes bruised and cheeks stained with his own blood.
It was another dominant win for Vitali, who made a seventh successive defence of his second reign as the WBC’s heavyweight champion. In victory, in the first ever heavyweight world title fight staged in Poland, Klitschko saw his record rise to 43-2-0, 40ko, while Adamek dropped to 44-2-0, 28ko.

 

Klitschko beats Adamek to retain belt

WROCLAW, Poland (AP)
Vitali Klitschko stopped Polish challenger Tomasz Adamek in the 10th round to retain the WBC heavyweight title Saturday night.
Italian referee Massimo Barrovecchio stepped in 2 minutes, 20 seconds into the round, ending an utterly dominant performance by the Ukrainian.
The 40-year-old Klitschko was six inches taller than his opponent and used his size advantage, with the 34-year-old Adamek staggering back in the second, sixth and ninth rounds.
 
Klitschko improved to 43-2 with his 40th knockout. Adamek dropped to 44-2.
Klitschko and younger brother Wladimir retained their hold on all three major heavyweight titles.
''I think the referee made the right decision. He probably could have stopped it a minute earlier,'' said Wladimir, who holds the IBF and ''super'' WBA titles as well as the minor WBO and IBO belts.
Wladimir revealed the next Klitschko fight will be in December.
Adamek was cheered on by the majority of the 42,000 fans at the sold-out municipal stadium.
''He's a very good boxer,'' Klitschko said. ''He was a cruiserweight champion, he was a light heavyweight champion, but he's not good enough to be a heavyweight champion because it's a whole other league.''
Adamek tried to force the issue in the second round but was caught by a huge right hook that left him wobbling against the ropes and the crowd fearing an early outcome.
Adamek recovered slightly in the fourth, despite a bloody nose and mouth, but failed to really trouble Klitschko, who was in control throughout.
Barrovecchio checked Adamek after taking a powerful left-right combination in the sixth, and Klitschko's left foot gave way while pushing Adamek into the corner in the eighth.
 
''I twisted my foot and lost my balance,'' he explained.
Despite the delight it brought the crowd, the outcome was never in doubt, and Klitschko again had Adamek staggering after delivering a straight left jab to the head in the ninth.
It was only a matter of time before Adamek's challenge was brought to a halt.
''He was simply the better fighter and he won. That's sport. You win some and you lose some. This time I lost,'' Adamek said.
Klitschko's win set up a possible bout with David Haye, who was beaten by Wladimir for the WBA belt in July.
Haye planned on retiring before his 31st birthday in October, but the 30-year-old Londoner has indicated he'd welcome a fight against the older Klitschko.
Klitschko's trainer Fritz Sdunek said Thursday that the 40-year-old would only fight two or three bouts more, and that Haye would be a preferred opponent.
 
 
 

Vitali Klitschko stops Tomasz Adamek

WROCLAW, Poland -- Vitali Klitschko stopped Polish challenger Tomasz Adamek in the 10th round to retain the WBC heavyweight title Saturday night.
Italian referee Massimo Barrovecchio stepped in 2 minutes, 20 seconds into the round, ending an utterly dominant performance by the Ukrainian.
 
The 40-year-old Klitschko was six inches taller than his opponent and used his size advantage, with the 34-year-old Adamek staggering back in the second, sixth and ninth rounds.
Klitschko improved to 43-2 with his 40th knockout. Adamek dropped to 44-2.
Klitschko and younger brother Wladimir retained their hold on all three major heavyweight titles.
"I think the referee made the right decision. He probably could have stopped it a minute earlier," said Wladimir, who holds the IBF and "super" WBA titles as well as the minor WBO and IBO belts.
Wladimir revealed the next Klitschko fight will be in December.
Adamek was cheered on by the majority of the 42,000 fans at the sold-out municipal stadium.
"He's a very good boxer," Klitschko said. "He was a cruiserweight champion, he was a light heavyweight champion, but he's not good enough to be a heavyweight champion because it's a whole other league."
 
Adamek tried to force the issue in the second round but was caught by a huge right hook that left him wobbling against the ropes and the crowd fearing an early outcome.
Adamek recovered slightly in the fourth, despite a bloody nose and mouth, but failed to really trouble Klitschko, who was in control throughout.
Barrovecchio checked Adamek after taking a powerful left-right combination in the sixth, and Klitschko's left foot gave way while pushing Adamek into the corner in the eighth.
"I twisted my foot and lost my balance," he explained.
Despite the delight it brought the crowd, the outcome was never in doubt, and Klitschko again had Adamek staggering after delivering a straight left jab to the head in the ninth.
It was only a matter of time before Adamek's challenge was brought to a halt.
"He was simply the better fighter and he won. That's sport. You win some and you lose some. This time I lost," Adamek said.
Klitschko's win set up a possible bout with David Haye, who was beaten by Wladimir for the WBA belt in July.
Haye planned on retiring before his 31st birthday in October, but the 30-year-old Londoner has indicated he'd welcome a fight against the older Klitschko.
Klitschko's trainer Fritz Sdunek said Thursday that the 40-year-old would only fight two or three bouts more, and that Haye would be a preferred opponent.
 
 
 

Vitali Klitschko stops Adamek to claim 40th KO

WROCLAW – World heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko earned the 40th knock out of his career on Saturday when he stopped Polish challenger Tomasz Adamek in the tenth round to defend his WBC belt.

This was the 40-year-old Klitschko’s seventh defense of the World Boxing Council belt he won in 2008 against Nigeria’s Samuel Peter and despite a brave effort from Adamek, the champion was rarely threatened.

Klitschko was finally awarded a technical knock-out after two mins 20 seconds in the tenth.

“He is very quick and is a good boxer, he isn’t good enough at this weight, it’s a different class,” said Klitschko. “He has eaten as a heavyweight, but you are born a heavyweight, you can’t step up to become one.”

“He landed a few good punches, I went over briefly, but it was just a slip.”

Adamek’s face showed the punishment he had taken at the end of the bout.

“Vitali was simply the best, you learn that in sport,” said the Polish fighter.

“When I came into the ring, I thought, as always that I would win the fight, I did my best, but it wasn’t good enough.”

“I had some treatment on my nose during the fight, but it is ok.”

Having had his first pro bout back in 1999, this was Dr Ironfist’s 40th KO and 43rd victory as he out-classed Adamek and made his trademark big right punish the mandatory challenger.

Along with younger brother Wladimir, the IBF, WBA, IBO and WBO champion, the Ukrainian siblings continue to dominate the heavyweight division.

Despite being six years older, Vitali Klitschko made the most of his physical advantage as he tipped the scales 12kgs heavier and is six inches taller than Adamek and dominated the opening rounds.

Adamek, a former cruiserweight and light heavyweight world champion, made a tentative start and a heavy right hand at the end of the second sent him tumbling back onto the ropes, but he got back to his feet before the count.

With Wroclaw’s Miejski Stadium set to host Euro 2012 matches next June during football’s European Championships, Ukrainian Klitschko had few fans amongst the predominantly Polish crowd of just over 40,000 fans.

Adamek, who had said his speed would “kill” Klitschko, went on the offensive in the fourth and fifth, upping his work-rate, but he rocked backwards nearly every time Klitschko landed a telling blow.

The Polish fighter had a standing count in the sixth as Adamek was taking numerous punches and was lucky to reach the end of the round.

More punishment followed in the seventh and Adamek switched to damage limitation as Klitschko made his superior reach count.

The crowd roared when the champion was put on the canvas at the end of the eight, but it was only a slip.

Klitschko landed numerous jabs in the ninth as Adamek’s strong chin soaked up plenty of punishment and Italian referee Massimo Barrovecchio finally put the Pole out of his misery midway through the tenth.

The defeat leaves Adamek with 44 victories, 28 knockouts and two defeats, but most of his fights have been at lighter weights.

Source:sports.inquirer.net/15711/vitali-klitschko-stops-adamek-to-claim-40th-ko

 

Klitschko stops Adamek to retain WBC belt

WROCLAW, Poland (AP)—Vitali Klitschko stopped Polish challenger Tomasz Adamek in the 10th round to retain the WBC heavyweight title Saturday night.

Italian referee Massimo Barrovecchio stepped in 2 minutes, 20 seconds into the round, ending an utterly dominant performance by the Ukrainian.

The 40-year-old Klitschko was six inches taller than his opponent and used his size advantage, with the 34-year-old Adamek staggering back in the second, sixth and ninth rounds.

Klitschko improved to 43-2 with his 40th knockout. Adamek dropped to 44-2.

Klitschko and younger brother Wladimir retained their hold on all three major heavyweight titles.

“I think the referee made the right decision. He probably could have stopped it a minute earlier,” said Wladimir, who holds the IBF and “super” WBA titles as well as the minor WBO and IBO belts.

Wladimir revealed the next Klitschko fight will be in December.

Adamek was cheered on by the majority of the 42,000 fans at the sold-out municipal stadium.

“He’s a very good boxer,” Klitschko said. “He was a cruiserweight champion, he was a light heavyweight champion, but he’s not good enough to be a heavyweight champion because it’s a whole other league.”

Adamek tried to force the issue in the second round but was caught by a huge right hook that left him wobbling against the ropes and the crowd fearing an early outcome.

Adamek recovered slightly in the fourth, despite a bloody nose and mouth, but failed to really trouble Klitschko, who was in control throughout.

Barrovecchio checked Adamek after taking a powerful left-right combination in the sixth, and Klitschko’s left foot gave way while pushing Adamek into the corner in the eighth.

“I twisted my foot and lost my balance,” he explained.

Despite the delight it brought the crowd, the outcome was never in doubt, and Klitschko again had Adamek staggering after delivering a straight left jab to the head in the ninth.

It was only a matter of time before Adamek’s challenge was brought to a halt.

“He was simply the better fighter and he won. That’s sport. You win some and you lose some. This time I lost,” Adamek said.

Klitschko’s win set up a possible bout with David Haye, who was beaten by Wladimir for the WBA belt in July.

Haye planned on retiring before his 31st birthday in October, but the 30-year-old Londoner has indicated he’d welcome a fight against the older Klitschko.

Klitschko’s trainer Fritz Sdunek said Thursday that the 40-year-old would only fight two or three bouts more, and that Haye would be a preferred opponent.

Source: sports.yahoo.com/box/news

 

KLITSCHKO BATTERS AND STOPS ADAMEK IN 10

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Vitali Klitschko stops Tomasz Adamek in Poland

Vitali Klitschko (right) was too powerful for Tomasz AdamekVitali Klitschko (right) dominated from the opening bell in Wroclaw

Vitali Klitschko stopped Tomasz Adamek in the 10th round of a one-sided fight to defend his WBC heavyweight belt in Poland on Saturday.

Klitschko, 40, dominated the contest, hurting his much lighter opponent with a series of crunching jabs.

The courageous Adamek, the mandatory challenger, was outclassed through the fight and took a count in the sixth round after Klitschko landed a right.

Adamek was out on his feet at the end when the referee stopped the fight.

"Right now I am much better than I was 10 years ago," said Klitschko after his victory in Wroclaw. "I know what I have to do.

"From the beginning of the fight I knew that I would knock out Adamek sooner or later. I controlled the fight but a couple of times I hit him and I was surprised. He has a good chin."

Asked whether he would like to fight David Haye, who lost to Vitali's brother Wladimir in Germany earlier in the year, Vitali added: "David Haye is world-famous - not for his boxing but for his tongue.

"I want to knock him out - I'm serious. I know I can do that."

Klitschko now has 40 knockouts in 43 victories, plus two defeats, and along with younger brother Wladimir their dominance of the heavyweight division remains total, holding the IBF, WBO, WBA and WBC titles.

Adamek is a former world champion in both the cruiserweight and light-heavyweight divisions, with a record of 44 victories, with 28 knockouts, and a solitary defeat, going into the fight.

But he had no answer to the relentless pounding from Klitschko, who landed a ferocious right in the first round that left his opponent reeling.

Another heavy in the second round saw Adamek knocked against the ropes and although he rallied at several points as he tried to get inside his opponent's superior reach, Klitschko was rarely in danger and Italian referee Massimo Barrovecchio could arguably have stopped the fight earlier than he did.

Source:news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/boxing/14845655.stm

 

Klitschko vs Adamek Results: Vitali Too Big, Too Strong, Stops Adamek in 10

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Wroclaw, Poland10 September 2011

Game but outsized Tomasz Adamek (44-2, 28 KO) lost his first heavyweight fight against WBC world champion Vitali Klitschko (43-2, 40 KO) after the referee stopped the fight in the tenth round when Klitschko’s jab and relentless pressure on the Polish light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion proved too much for Adamek.

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Adamek tried to avoid the long jab of Klitschko by shortening the distance, but every time he avoided the left hand, he got caught by the right hand. In the second round, a powerful right from Klitschko put Adamek into the ropes, which kept him from going down and receiving a count. “Get up” motioned Vitali with his hand.

Adamek’s best round was the third when he was able to engage the Ukrainian champion in couple of meaningful exchanges.

Klitschko, seemed determined to take home a KO win. In the sixth round he was close, Adamek was counted, but showed courage and heart and kept on going, absorbing punches and trying to turn the fight his way.

In the tenth round after seven consecutive Klitschko punches reached bloodied Adamek’s face, referee Massimo Barrovecchio decided to stop the fight at the 2:20 mark. “Dziekujemy, Dziekujemy” (We thank you) screamed Polish fans, when Adamek stood in the the ring waiting for official announcement.

Through out the fight it was obvious that Vitali Klitschko was too big and too strong. It simply came down to size. Adamek just was not big enough, and he couldn’t get past the Klitschko jab.

  • In the first of three main events of the evening , televised worldwide to 140 countries, from Wroclaw, Polish heavyweight prospect 23-year-old Andrzej Wawrzyk (23-0, 11 KO) started slow but was putting together combinations and powerful punches from round five, defeating former US Olympian Devin Vargas (18-2, 7 KO) in round nine by TKO.
  • WBA cruiserweight Ola Afolabi (18-2-3, 8 KO) had a surprisingly close fight – especially in the first couple of rounds – against tough Polish boxer Lukasz Rusiewicz (9-11, 2 KO). Afolobi was looking to spectacularly knock out Rusiewicz, but only when he realized that it will not happen tonight, Afolabi decided to box his way to a 80-72, 79-73 and 79-74 win on the judges cards.
  • Heavyweight Johnathon Banks (27-1, 18 KO), whose only professional loss was a KO against Tomasz Adamek when the Polish champion defended his IBF cruiserweight title, started with the flurry of punches against Ivica Bacurin (8-2, 2 KO) in the first round. The Croatian fighter hung tough and Banks needed Bacurin’s injury in the sixth round to secure his 27 professional victory.
  • Brooklyn welterweight Sadam Ali (14-0, 8 KO) had no problems to knock out Boris Berg (4-5, 3 KO) in the sixth round of first undercard bout of Wroclaw’s “Battle of the XXI Century.” Ali was dominating from start and the German fighter was in survival mode from the second round and the ref decided to stop the fight when Berg stopped to answer Ali’s punches.

Results from Stadion Miejski, Wroclaw, Poland

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Heavyweight – Vitali Klitschko 42(39)-2(2)-0 def Tomasz Adamek  44(28)-1(0)-0 TKO 10 / 12 – time: 2:20 – WBC heavyweight title (supervisor: Joe Dwyer)

Cruiserweight – Mateusz Masternak def Carl Davis by KO 3 / 10

Heavyweight – Andrzej Wawrzyk def Devin Vargas by TKO 9 / 10

Welterweight – Sadam Ali def Boris Berg by TKO 6  / 8

Super middleweight – Mariusz Cendrowski def Anton Sjomkin by TKO 5 / 8

Cruiserweight – Ola Afolabi def Lukasz Rusiewicz on UD 8 / 8

Heavyweight – Johnathon Banks def Ivica Bacurin by TKO 7 / 8

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Source:maltaboxing.net/blog/

 

 

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