ADAMA-BREWER MIDDLEWEIGHT FIGHT ADDED TO MASSACHUSETTS SHOW
Press Release: Osumanu Adama (20-3, 15 KOs) has been added to the March 16th show in Lowell, Massachusetts in a ten-round bout against Grady "Bad Boy" Brewer (30-14, 16 KOs). At stake will be the vacant IBO middleweight title.
Adama, a native of Ghana who fights out of Joliet, Illinois, had his last fight one year ago, wyhen he challenged IBF middleweight champion Daniel Geale (26-1) in Australia, losing a 12-round decision in Geale's backyard. Adama's most notable victory came against former world titlist Roman Karmazin. he laso holds wins over Marcus Upshaw and Angel Hernandez. Adama, promoted by Chicago Fight Clubs Promotion, is a former Ghanaian and West African middleweight and light middleweight champion.
Back in 2006, Brewer defeated former world champion Steve Forbes by way of a 10-round decision in the championship bout to win The Contender II reality series competition. During his career, Oklahoma-native Brewer has defeated top-level fighters such as current IBF junior middleweight titlist Cornelius Bundrage, middleweight Fernando Guerrero, Giorbis Barthelemy, and previously undefeated Albert Onolunose.
Also on the show, ex-junior welterweight titlist "Vicious" Vivian Harris (29-9-2, 19 KOs) returns from his brief retirement to fight Shakha Moore (11-18-3, 2 KOs), fighting out of Norwalk (CT), in an eight round bout.
Fighting in scheduled eight-round bouts are Quincy (MA) light heavyweight Chris Traietti (10-3, 6 KOs), an Iraq War veteran, vs. Tyler Seever (13-12-1, 11 KOs), of Saint Louis (MO); and Lawrence (MA) junior middleweight Eddie "Thunder" Caminero (7-7, 7 KOs) vs. Robert "RJ Black Gold" Stockwell (5-2-1, 4 KOs), of East Strausberg, Pennsylvania.
Lowell is the home of "Irish" Micky Ward and his brother, Dicky Eklund, whose lives were portrayed in the movie, "The Fighter."
Eklund trains wildly popular Lowell light heavyweight, "Irish" Joey McCreedy (13-6-2, 6 KOs), who will be fighting on the same show.
Tickets may be purchased online at the www.TsongasCenter.com; by phone at 866.722.8780; or at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell Box Office.