Indian professional boxer Vijender Singh remained an unstoppable force, clinching a stellar victory over the two-time Commonwealth Games Champion, Charles Adamu by a unanimous verdict of 80-68 on his debut in the Dubai international circuit. The 34-year-old from Haryana prevailed in eight rounds for his 12th consecutive victory.
Singh got the better of the Ghanaian veteran as the latter failed to produce any significant force in his punches for most of the bout. Singh looked as sharp as ever, thwarting the Ghanaian attack effortlessly. Having won just one of his last five bouts, Charles had previously fought against the world’s top boxers in countries like Ghana, UK, Canada, South Africa, Denmark, Latvia and more.
While Singh has remained unbeaten in 11 fights with a total of eight knockouts, his Ghanaian counterpart Charles has won 33 of 47 professional fights he has competed in.
This was Singh's second fight in the year and 12th professional fight overall. He has won an Olympic bronze medal, a World Championship bronze medal, Asian Games gold and bronze medals, a bronze and two silver medals at the Commonwealth Games and bronze and silver medals at Asian Championships.