Adam Azim vows to fight Santos Reyes: ‘Don’t blink’
Blue-chip prospect Adam Azim was in a confident mood at today’s weigh-in for this weekend’s game against undefeated Nicaraguan opponent Santos Reyes.
Azim has blocked all but one of his seven opponents so far, hearing only the final bell on his professional debut in 2020.
And when talking to Sports sky With just over 24 hours to the night of the fight, he told fans to look forward to another early game at Wembley Arena tomorrow.
“The goal remains the same for every fight and it will be the same on Saturday night.”
“I’m having these spectacular knockouts, and on Saturday night you’ll be watching another spectacular knockout.”
Britain’s most promising young boxer in the eyes of some peopleit’s hard to imagine there are many people out there brave enough to disagree with the prophecy of ‘The Assassin’.
When asked if he had any final message before his eighth outing, Azim kept it short, sweet but sinister.
Saturday night will be Azim’s second consecutive headline appearance under the Boxxer banner, as the outfit looks set to build him into a pay-per-view star.
However, he’s not the only top prospect to be on display in London, with the likes of Viddal Riley and Caroline Dubois on the cards.
Renowned cruiser class Riley will face Annes Taj 7-2 as he looks set to switch to 8-0 and aim for a domestic championship spot before the end of the year.
Prominent amateur Dubois has earned a reputation as one of the toughest female fighters in the sport, and will be looking to reinforce this with another destructive display against the unannounced Tanzanian Feriche Mashausy.