My list of boxing matches tonight, with my featured main cards Jermall Charlo v Brandon Adams one of most popular main event fight of the week and prepared for vicious knockouts to take place and display an elegance bout for WBC middleweight divisions.
A chosen best boxer qualified for the championship belt and Adams was qualified as match challenger to look for great boxing collection moments this coming June 29, 2019 Saturday at NRG Arena, Houston.
The hitman, Charlo stays undefeated according to his professional boxing record of 28-0-0, with 21 wins by knockout. Jermall biggest key to win his every fight is no other than the footwork and of course he has a big and heavy punch.
In fact, at young age of 29, Jermall Charlo currently #4 out of 1,280 in the world today. Deserving and playful at middleweight boxing division start at 160 pounds (72.5 kg) after he defeated Jorge Sebastian Heiland his first step-up from welterweight. Accordingly, he has 75% finishing rate via knockouts, previously he won via KO to Hugo Centeno Jr. at Barclays Center.
Meanwhile, Brandon Adams deserve his fetch to fight against the hit man in middleweight class. He is ready and prepared a long time to make this happen on Saturday night June 29. Adams never ease his grip to take a chances of winning and opportunity to bring the beacon on his land.
Adams doesn’t left behind after he has a good reputation in his professional boxing record of 21-2-0, and 13 won by knockouts. He defeated Shane Mosley Jr in his previous bout via unanimous decision at Forum, Inglewood arena. And his looking forward as a challenger of best match card of the week titled Jermall Charlo v Brandon Adams at NRG Arena for WBC title belt.
Recap: Jermall Charlo def. Brandon Adams (unanimous decision, 120-108, 120-108, 119-109)
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