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Adam Azim is a British professional boxer with a promising career. Here’s an overview of his background and professional achievements:
Adam Azim was born on July 21, 2002, in Slough, Berkshire, England, to British Pakistani parents. His family originates from Kotli in the Pakistan-administered region of Kashmir. His father is a boxing trainer, and his elder brother, Hassan Azim, is also a professional boxer.
Before transitioning to the professional ranks, Azim had an impressive amateur career. He clinched ten national titles and earned the distinction of being the world’s No.1 youth amateur at welterweight.
Adam Azim made his professional debut on December 2, 2020, against Ed Harrison. He secured a convincing victory via a wide points decision, winning every round on the referee’s scorecard.
On November 20, 2021, Azim faced Stu Greener. In the opening round, he knocked Greener down with a powerful right hook. Early in the second round, Azim landed another right hook, sending Greener to the canvas for the second time. The referee decided to end the bout following the second knockdown.
His bout against Jordan Ellison on February 19, 2022, was another success. In the opening round, Azim delivered a powerful right-hand body shot that resulted in a knockdown. He continued to dominate the fight, and in the third round, he knocked his opponent down once more. The referee stopped the bout after the second knockdown.
On March 26, 2022, Azim faced Connor Marsden. Just twelve seconds into the fight, Azim knocked Marsden down with a jab. Shortly after, he dropped Marsden again, leading to the referee’s decision to end the bout.
In his fifth professional bout on June 25, 2022, Azim took on Anthony Loffet. Azim knocked down Loffet with a right hook early in the first round. Despite beating the count, Loffett continued to absorb heavy right hooks, prompting his corner to throw in the towel to protect their fighter.
On September 3, 2022, Azim faced Michel Cabral. In the opening round, he landed a powerful left hook to Cabral’s body, visibly hurting his opponent. Azim followed up with two heavy punches to the head, sending Cabral to the canvas. The fight was stopped as Cabral couldn’t beat the count.
Adam Azim’s professional career has been marked by his impressive victories and knockout power, and he is poised to make a name for himself in the world of boxing.