Jarrell Miller vs Tomasz Adamek

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Jarrell Miller vs Tomasz Adamek
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Date: 
Saturday, October 6, 2018
Location: 
Wintrust Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Referee: 
Mark Nelson

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Fan Cards: Jarrell Miller vs Tomasz Adamek


scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
9
9


scorecard by MJARSULIC
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
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scorecard by MATCHROOM
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
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scorecard by JRDAMAN
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JARRELL MILLER
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TOMASZ ADAMEK
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scorecard by GOLD
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
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9


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
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9


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
9
9


scorecard by STEVEKRAZY
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
9
9


scorecard by BLOODMONEY80
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
9
9


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
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JARRELL MILLER
10
10
TOMASZ ADAMEK
9
9


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Ideally, Miller would face a tougher test than this, Adamek is experienced, he was decent in his prime, but he is 41 now, he is small, and he has been in tough fights, stopped by Eric Molina, beaten up by Vitali Klitschko, so this isn't a great match up, if Adamek was the fighter he was 8 or 9 years ago, it would be a good fight

The size difference is a lot, Adamek was a light heavyweight weight world champion, and Miller has fought at 300lbs, he isn't short at 6'4, but he carries a lot of weight, he was 304 in his last fight.

Adamek has good resume, he has wins over Golota, Arreola, Cunningham, Chambers, but Golota was well past his prime, and when he stepped up a level, Adamek, fought Dawson at 175, he was well beaten, and against Klitschko, it was a beating, and a very one sided fight, Adamek was tough, brave, and that's it, and in the last few years, Adamek has lost 3 more, and notto Klitschkos or even Dawsons, he lost to Szpilka, Glazkov, Molina, so he seems to definitely be past his best. Adamek's form is good, his recent opposition, Abell, Kassi, Haumono, a step down from any of the guys who have beaten him, but he has still beaten all these guys who are all half decent at a certain level for different reasons, and Adamek was dominant in his last fight, stopped Abell in 7, so he is on a winning streak, Adamek, his confidence should be good, he should be mentally sound, especially considering he is a two-weight world champion, he has nothing to prove, the pressure isn't on him.

I think Miller is better any of the last 3 fighters to beat Adamek, ever were, I think Miller is a better heavyweight than Adamek ever was a light heavyweight or cruiserweight, and he is at huge weight and age advantages, I wouldn't call this a mismatch, but I do think this is Miller's easiest fight in a couple of years.

I expect Miller to stop Adamek, and it shouldn't go past 6 rounds. I think Miller will start fast, drop Adamek, Adamek will get up, and tough it out for a few rounds, but at no point will he look like he has a chance, he won't come close to winning a round, and Miller will stop him in 5.

Wilder, Joshua, and Fury, the unbeaten giants, they are fighting for the world titles (because assuming Joshua beats Povetkin, he might fight the winner of Wilder vs Fury next), and everyone else in the division might just have to wait, Miller is not the only heavyweight contender who is deserving of a world title shot, but I think Miller should get his shot at a world title next year.

Champion97's picture

Mismatch, Adamek was too old, too small, and it was easy for Miller. Miller needs a step up soon, because he keeps beating opponents who either not good at world level, or old and small, but he should get the opportunity to earn a world title shot next, if Whyte doesn't get the Joshua rematch in April, then Whyte vs Miller makes sense. Miller is the physically strongest fighter out there, he is a good offensive fighter with a bit of power, but only when he steps up will we find out if he is adaptable, has skills when he needs them.