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Nov 5, 2012 8:58pm
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NEWARK, N. Kevin Burnett Jersey .J. —Tomasz Adamek
unanimously outpointed Eddie Chambers in a 12-round bout Saturday night to
capture the IBF North American heavyweight championship. Adamek, a Polish
fighter who lives in Kearny, N.J., has won two straight fights after losing a
WBC heavyweight title fight to Vitali Klitschko last September in Poland. Adamek
improved to 46-2, receiving winning scores of 116-112, 116-112 and 119-109.
Chambers, who lost to Wladimir Klitschko for the IBF and WBO heavyweight crown
in March 2010, was fighting for the first time since February of 2011, missing
two scheduled bouts due to injury. Adamek dominated the early rounds, as
Chambers could not muster any attack. Chambers apparently injured his left bicep
in the first round, rendering his left hand as practically useless. Adamek
continued his domination in the third and fourth rounds, switching up his boxing
styles to keep Chambers at bay. Chambers failed to connect with a left at all in
those two rounds, only scoring with his right. Adamek scored at will in the
sixth round, using a stiff right jab to keep Chambers moving backwards. Chambers
spent most of the round covering up and offering little offence. Adamek
staggered Chambers in the seventh round, but appeared to do so while stepping on
Chambers foot. Chambers finally scored with two straight right hands in the
eighth round. Chambers continued to score in the ninth round, pushing Adamek
back on two occasions, giving it a game effort fighting with only one arm.
Adamek then controlled the last two rounds to win the decision much to the
delight of the Adamek-dominated crowd, which chanted “Polska, Polska,” in favour
of Adamek all night. Chambers was fighting for the first time since the passing
of his long-time manager “Big” Rob Murray, who died June 3. Murrays son, Rob,
Jr. has taken over handling Chambers. On the undercard, heavyweight Bryant
Jennings continued his ascent up the heavyweight ranks with a convincing
unanimous 10-round decision over Steve Collins. Jennings improved to 14-0
overall with his victory, capturing the USBA Heavyweight Championship in the
process. Collins fell to 25-2 with the defeat. Jennings hurt Collins with a
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charisma of Newton, the leagues reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year who
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the first round with Thursday nights Game 6 loss at Boston.With a sigh of
relief, D.J. Kennington is ready jump into his comfort zone. The 2012 NASCAR
Canadian Tire Series season started off with a pair of road-course events, but
the Clarington 200 at the Speedway at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park near
Bowmanville, Ont., on June 16 opens a three-race stretch of competition on oval
tracks – the EMCO 200 on June 23 at Delaware (Ont.) Speedway and the A&W
Cruisin The Dub 300 at Motoplex Speedway and Event Park in Vernon, B.C., on July
14 follow. “Its not that I dont like I dont like road racing because I do. Its
very challenging, but Im just more comfortable on ovals,” said the 2010 series
champion. Despite professing not to be a road racer Kennington, out of St.
Thomas, Ont., produced a pair of top-five finishes to open the season including
a third-place effort to start the year at the Road Course at Canadian Tire
Motorsport Park and a finish in fifth at Circuit ICAR in Mirabel, Que. “Its a
pretty decent start. I think we had a top-three car at ICAR, but we made a few
mistakes,” said the driver of the No. 17 Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge.
“Third in the opener was solid. Anytime you can beat Andrew Ranger (fourth
place) on a road course, thats a good day.” Sitting third in the championship
point standings – seven behind leader J.R. Fitzpatrick – KKennington is ready to
turn some laps on oval tracks. Jake Long Jersey. Of his 11 series-career
wins, 10 have come on ovals, but he has yet to reach Victory Lane on the
Speedway at CTMP. His best results at the track were third-place finishes in
2008 and 2009. Last year, he crossed the line in the fifth position. “Its a
tough track. None of the turns are alike. Im not sure Ive ever hit the same mark
twice in a row,” he noted. “I think I won a CASCAR race there in 2005, but for
one reason or another we havent gotten a NASCAR win there.” Kennington, sort of
a Canadian version of Rick Hendrick or Jack Roush, prepares three cars out of
his shop as both Noel Dowler and Jason White run Dodges out of the DJK Racing
stable. But he doesnt feel that detracts from his own championship-caliber
program. “Its kind of a double-edged sword. Sometimes I wish we didnt have three
cars to get ready, but sometimes its good to turn your attention to something
else,” he said. “Its really a good way for us not to obsess on our own stuff.”
The Clarington 200 winner will set the tone for the seven-race oval-track season
perhaps making this race the most important one on the calendar and Kennington,
owner of 45 top-five finishes in 65 series starts, almost assuredly will have
some say in the matter.  ’ ’ ’ 

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