Matthew Rzadkosz – player section boxing TS Wisla, associated with the White Star in the years 2009 – 2011 and from November 2012. As a 17-year-old won the main trophy in the 30th edition of the prestigious International Boxing Tournament on Golden Gloves Vistula, in December 2010. In the final in thrilling style beat Denis Bektesiego, the German club’s player of ABC Homberg. In March 2011, Rzadkosz was runner-Polish juniors.
Although he lost the final battle and won the silver medal, but then it turned out that his rival – Jordan Kuklinski with Start Wloclawek – was disqualified for doping, in effect, Matthew was awarded a gold medal and the title Polish champion. The player retains good form, so that in July 2011 he received the call to the Polish national team. December 11, 2011 during the final XXXI International Tournament Boxing of Golden Gloves Vistula played his, as it then seemed, farewell duel in the colors of White Star, defeating unanimously on points Jaroslaw Wytrykusza (Wisłok Rzeszow). It was to be at the same time last match Rzadkosz as an amateur. After a year of training in professional boxing group O’chikara Gmitruk Team, during which he fought not, however, any official fight, Matthew Rzadkosz decided to return to boxing amateur and November 2012. resumed training in the boxing river.
Before moving in 2009 to the Vistula Rzadkosz trained in Gilowice – home village Tomasz Adamek (KS “blow-Adamek” Gilowice). Prior to the development of his talent braked completed a complicated leg fracture motorcycle accident.