Now, on to today’s question:
Popular Polish heavyweight Tomasz Adamek started his career at light heavyweight and enjoyed a near-eight-year stretch there, winning a major belt along the way. After his run at 175, Adamek ventured to cruiserweight where he stayed for two years, grabbing another belt during his stay. In the grand tradition of smaller men traveling north to challenge for the biggest prize in boxing, this Saturday night, Adamek gets his shot at heavyweight greatness when he faces WBC heavyweight champ Vitali Klitschko. Roy Jones was successful against John Ruiz in 2003. Can Adamek do it in 2011? If so, how long can he hold on to the belt in the land of giants? Plus, if Adamek defeats Vitali, what chance does he have to unify the entire division at long last?
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