One of Britain’s brightest prospects Adam Azim (6-0) has committed the next four years of his career to BOXXER and Sky Sports.
The super lightweight has been seriously impressive since turning pro back in 2020. Azim would be showcased on Sky Sports for the first time in 2021 when he stopped Stu Greener in two rounds in his second pro fight.
2022 would be the year Azim came into his own. His year started with him being a part of one of the biggest cards of the year, as he would impressively stop Jordan Ellison in three rounds on the undercard of Amir Khan vs Kell Brook at the AO Arena in Manchester in February.
Azim would next be matched with Connor Marsden a month after the Ellison victory, it was viewed as a step-up, but Azim shut down those as he blasted Marsden out within 30 seconds.
Next up was a shot at the vacant WBC Youth Intercontinental title against Anthony Loffet. Once again, Azim wasted no time and sensationally stopped Loffet within the first round.
The super lightweight sensation was quickly becoming a name accustomed to UK fight fans, and he kept up his run of form up, as he once again only needed one round to dispatch an opponent, this time it was Michel Cabral in September.
Azim returns in front of the Sky cameras for a fifth time in 2022, as he looks to close out his year in style as he faces his toughest test yet when he meets Rylan Charlton at Alexandra Palace on November 27th.
The Shane McGuigan trained star looks to continue his meteoric rise to stardom in the UK and now finds himself backed by BOXXER and Sky Sports for the next four years, and if he continues the form he is on, he could become one of British boxing’s biggest stars.