Tomasz Adamek Gets Upset in Pennsylvania

Glazkov, who hails from the Ukraine (17-0-1, 11 KOs), and a 2008 Olympic bronze medalist, was faster and stronger.  The 30 year old easily won a 12-round unanimous decision.  The win secures the number two spot in the IBF heavyweight rankings for the heavyweight.  
„I felt I was winning almost every round,” Glazkov said. „I knew I won the fight.’’
Adamek (49-3, 29 KOs) was courageous, but he didn’t resemble the crafty fighter who won world titles at light heavyweight and cruiserweight.  
Glazkov’s jarring jabs, hard right hands and powerful counter left hooks caused severe swelling beneath Adamek’s right eye during the second round.  Adamek, 37, had difficulty defending himself for most of the remaining 10 rounds. 
With this win, Glazkov puts himself in position to fight in a final IBF heavyweight eliminator to become the mandatory challenger to heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko.
„I lost the fight,” Adamek said later. „He was better tonight.”  Adamek isn’t sure if he’ll continue a career in which he became a huge draw at Prudential Center in Newark after moving from Poland to New Jersey in 2008.
Rolco Sports Network