Poland’s top boxer Adam Kownacki (20-0) will be returning to the ring on March 7 in New York. As of this moment, the name of his adversary is still unknown, but the 30-year-old had a few suggestions of his own about his next opponent.
“We should lock someone in the next couple of weeks,” Kownacki said. “It will be someone from the top 20.”
“I wouldn’t mind beating up Dominic Breazeale for all the shit he’s been talking,” Kownacki said.
“After the Wilder knockout, I thought he would learn to be humble. Guess some cats never learn. I heard Christian Hammer’s name being mentioned. Sam Jones, the manager of Joe Joyce, keeps bringing up my name.”
“I don’t know, he knows my manager’s number! Probably should call him, not post about it on Twitter,” he postulated.
And a Hammer fight appeals to him?
”He is currently ranked No. 6 in the WBA, so a win against him would probably move me closer to a title shot.”