- Krzysztof Głowacki denied that the move to KSW was due to a suspension from boxing due to doping.
- The boxer believes that someone really wanted him to never fight for the WBC belt again;
- In response to the boxer's suggestions, Vasilevski took out his phone and showed his correspondence with Głowacki, which showed the whole matter in a different light;
- The promoter threatened that further negative insinuations against him would end up in court;
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Krzysztof Głowacki became famous after trace amounts of a metabolite of boldenone was found in his body, an illegal substance that led to a four-year ban from boxing. Główka explained in an interview with TVP Sport that he must have accidentally doped, and the whole thing had no effect on his final position in KSW.
The former champion claimed that there are those who do not want him to fight for the world championship
— On March 29, I received a great offer to fight Ryan Rosicky in Canada for the WBC belt. And on April 6th, look, it's supposed to be a celebration. “Something doesn't feel right here at all,” Głowacki said. -Someone doesn't want me to play boxing. I wouldn't blame the Konckout Promotions group. I think someone didn't want this fight to happen. […] In the end, I'm glad I left, I'm a member of the serious KSW group and people are treated very differently here. I was there like a dog, a doll – concluded the former world champion.
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Vasilevsky showed a piece of news that presented the whole situation differently
Andrei Vasilevsky, who was sitting in the studio, responded very quickly to these accusations. – I am in a very annoying situation, because I am the last person who wants to talk negatively about my student and say that he talks nonsense – began the former promoter of Głowacki and head of the Konckout Promotions group. – I'm tired of this. So I'll do something simple, I'll pull out my phone. […] I will show my correspondence with Krzyś Głowacki about the fight he was talking about (with Ryan Rozicki – editor's note), where he himself wrote that he refused.
The boxing manager's phone was seized by the host of the program in the TVP Sport studio, Piotr Jagiełło, who read part of Głowacki's correspondence, which read as follows: “Of course, I did not agree to fight Rozicki because I am waiting.” To get a contract from KSW and I will see what they suggest.”
Vasilevsky threatened that further insinuations would end up in court
After reading this passage, Vasilevsky spoke again and asked the boxers to check their own phones before they start telling lies, lies and accusing someone. Later, the promoter announced in his statement that if he heard similar suggestions next time, he would take the matter to court. He said – Of course, I will ask for money not for myself, but for some noble purpose.
The group had to bear huge costs
The manager then also pointed out the alleged mistreatment of the boxer by Konckout Promotions. – Just look at boxrec (industry website – editor's note) that in the last five years that we have been running Krzysztof fights, he has fought only three times, except for one in Poland. This means that for many reasons, but primarily health reasons, he was unable to perform. We paid exorbitant salaries every month. We paid for all treatments, including medical treatments. We paid the price for all the preparations for the battles. I think that during these five years we spent about PLN 500,000 – PLN 600,000. PLN explained -.
The promoter then explained that due to the fact that Głowacki was no longer able to fight at the highest level, both sides had decided to end their cooperation because the costs to the promoter group were too high. -No one fired anyone. We said goodbye to each other, he said at last.
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