''And the veteran Adamek going to 45-2 in his outstanding career'' - that's how American commentary crew summarized the result of Tomasz Adamek's (45-2, 28 KO) comeback fight against Nagy Aguilera (17-7, 12 KO) on Saturday in Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn. Freddie Roach and his teammates were impressed by the beauty of Polish fighter's craft. ''Goral'' controlled the affair with sharp jab and precise power punches combined with solid footwork, although Aguilera never stopped coming forward, showing a lot of heart and determination. ''Dominican Dynamite'' really wanted to win so all ingredients of a good fight were in their place. As for ''Tom Quick Hands'', ''sometimes players change style as years go by…but chess like boxing requires both good defense and attack in order to keep the game going well.''
Adamek started with confidence and won the first round by jabbbing and targeting the body of Aguilera. Dominican fighter came back with hard left hook and right hands in the second stanza but ''Goral'' wasn't hurt, landing his left hook seconds before the bell. Third round was a show of Pole's skills. Left hook mixed with right hand seriously hurt Aguilera and almost knocked him down. He was saved by the bell once more, being in really big trouble this time. Next seven rounds were a virtual shutout as Adamek dominated brave opponent. The only worries for Tomasz's supporters can come from the fact that their hero is still eating right hands too often. His very good speed and average punching power won't improve as well yet this guy is rightly praised - he's a throwback to the age of classic, blue-collar boxers. Judges had it 99-91 and 100-90 twice.