Charles Adamu, Celebrates
Victory Over Dilks, Now Wants Rematch With Carl Froch
December 20, 2009
(DEC 20) Ghana's Two Time Commonwealth
Super Middleweight Champion Charles ‘The Crusader’ Adamu celebrated his
victory over Liverpool’s Carl ‘Dynamite’ Dilks on Friday night by
calling out current WBC Super Middleweight World Champion Carl ‘The
Adamu, who first lifted the Commonwealth belt back in August 2003 with a
scintillating performance over Southampton’s Matthew Barney,
controversially lost the decision to Carl Froch, in his home city of
Nottingham, on the 12th March 2004.
Returning to his UK training base,
Rooney’s Boxing Gym in Southwark, on Saturday morning the Ghanaian spoke
of his battle with Carl Dilks and his future plans. “I feel good, very
good. My opponent (Carl Dilks) was a good boxer but I felt confident I
would win the title again.
I am going to defend this title and then
I want to meet Carl Froch. I’m going to beat Carl Froch. Last time I was
the winner and they gave the fight to him.
I went back home and I work and I work. Now I want to meet Carl Froch
again and this time I will destroy him.”
Charles Adamu and his coaching team, who fly home to Ghana on Monday for
a well earned rest over the Christmas Holiday season, are eager to get
back into the gym and prepare for a planned title defense early in 2010
which will hopefully lead to the much deserved rematch with Carl Froch
in the near future.