Heavyweight boxer Nagy Aguilera, 17-6, 12 KOs, is deep into preparations for his upcoming fight with former two-time champion Tomasz Adamek, 44-1, 28 KOs. Under the tutelage of trainer Bobby Benson, Aguilera, a former amateur NY Golden Glover, has been watching tapes of his experienced foe, training hard, and getting pumped for battle.
"I'm excited to go back to New York and to fight on NBC Sports Network," Aguilera said.
Aguilera began his career in the "Big Apple", but it has been years since he's fought there. His chance will come in a 10-round bout on March 24, at the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn. The fight will be broadcast as part of the triple header on NBC Sports Network's Fight Night show which begins at 10pm ET. He knows Adamek will pose a tough challenge, but he is ready for anything the former champ brings.
"He's a hard worker and always comes ready to fight," Aguilera said of the former light-heavyweight and cruiserweight champion.
Adamek is coming off a ...