By Przemek Garczarczyk
The Miedzyzdroje Seaside Boxing Show, presented by Babilon Promotion/Sferis KnockOut Promotions, quickly became one of the staples of Polish boxing events in the summer. The fighters in the ring are just 100 yards from Baltic Sea beach in a laid-back atmosphere – what’s not to like? In the ring, business stays more serious. This Saturday, middleweight Kamil Szeremeta (13-0, 2 KO), who one day hopes to showcase his skills in the U.S., will have to defeat his by far toughest (at least on paper) opponent – former world champion Kasim Ouma (29-9, 18 KO). A very relaxed Ouma is very confident (he spent half the weigh-in chatting with special guest WBO champ Krzysztof Glowacki) that Szeremeta just doesn’t have enough experience to test his skills. The Polish fighter is convinced that Ouma’s best years are way behind him. Someone is wrong.