Vijender Singh prevailed unanimously in an eight-round tremendous middleweight contest. © Twitter
Indian boxing superstar Vijender Singh demolished Ghana’s former Commonwealth champion Charles Adamu to assert his 12th successive win and be sure that his four-year unbeaten streak within the skilled circuit remained intact, on Friday. The 34-year-old former Olympic bronze-medallist prevailed unanimously in an eight-round tremendous middleweight contest in opposition to the 42-year-old. The Indian’s proper hand used to be simply too actual and strong to take care of for Adamu, who appeared intimidated and used to be thrown off-balance greater than as soon as.
The Ghanian additionally copped some extent deduction within the fourth around for over the top bending. To Adamu’s credit score, he fought thru in spite of the onslaught and ensured that the bout went the overall distance. Adamu got here into the competition with an enjoy of 47 bouts, of which he had received 33 (26 knockouts).
The Ghanian could also be an Olympian and received a bronze medal for his nation within the 1998 Commonwealth Video games in Kuala Lumpur all over his newbie days.