Discussion in 'General Boxing Forum' started by Rumsfeld, Mar 12, 2018.
Whoa! Is that real? Or have I been trolled?
No offense to adamek but he doesn’t even have a puncher’s chance at this point
I agree. Is this fight really happening?
What??? That is unfair, Adamek got destroyed by Vitali who is smaller than Fury, I can't see Adamek even landing a head shot, he should hang them up now, before his fight with Vitali I really thought he could go the distance.
I knew he was in trouble going into the Vitali fight. I was ringside for a lot of Adamek's heavyweight fights - Estrada, Grant, and a few others. He was just grossly undersized, and was ideally suited for cruiser, so I always thought it was a shame he moved up, although I always understood why he did so.
He's doomed against Fury, even if Tyson comes in at 380 and drinks beer in between rounds.
Rather the second option, frankly speaking?
And where did you hear it, by the way?
Mind you however, I don't know that this is even actually happening. I can be gullible at times, and am not sure if I've been trolled.
damn rummy..i hope its not true... an absolutely useless fight
Adamek-Molina II is what people want, Fury can go **** himself!
I'm hearing Adamek/Golota II.
A friend of a friend. But I'd rather not see it either (although I'd be thrilled to see Fury back in the mix).
Hmm, I thought Fury would start with Shannon Briggs... So maybe now Tyson Fury thinks that he's not ready for Briggs yet.
If Adamek is going to continue fighting, he could do worse than Fury.
For one, the money for the fight would be great.
Adding that while Tyson is certainly a giant and would almost certainly be adding a KO Adamek to his CV, it's not exactly a dangerous fight.
Furys power is far from elite, and will probably just wear Adamek down behind his jab and smothering him on the inside.
Ref will probably pull Adamek out after he is down big on the cards and falling when he's leaned on