Wise Owl Boxing Management has proudly announced their recent collaboration with ex-world title contender, Brandon Adams.
Boasting a strong record of 23-3, including 15 knockouts, the Los Angeles-based Adams, at 34, has carved a name for himself in both junior middleweight and middleweight divisions.
Mark Habibi from Wise Owl Management expressed his enthusiasm about the new partnership, stating, “Managing Brandon is truly exciting. Right at the apex of his career, Brandon emerges as an elite boxer. With sheer determination and a refreshed team to back him, his next phase looks promising. Having faced some of the top talents globally and exhibiting courage by taking on Charlo at middleweight with merely a month’s preparation, he has validated his mettle. Brandon’s vibrant personality, both inside and out of the ring, is commendable. Anticipating his upcoming bouts, I am eager to witness him unleash his prowess and captivate global audiences.”
On his association with Mark and Wise Owl Boxing, Adams said, “Joining hands with Mark and the Wise Owl Boxing team is a refreshing beginning. I am eager to explore what lies ahead and am all set to dive into action.”
Kicking off his boxing journey at 18, Adams had a short amateur stint, recording 4-2.
Adams’s early career witnessed a streak of 12 victories, post which he participated in the Boxcino Tournament. During this competition, he triumphed over notable boxers like Daniel Edouard (23-4-2) and Raymond Gatica (14-2), only to face defeat against Willie Monroe Jr. in the championship.
Subsequently, Adams shifted to the junior middleweight, reaching the tournament’s finals with victories against Alex Perez (18-1) and Vito Gasparyan (15-3-5).
His excellent performance in The Contender series saw him clinch the title, having defeated Tyrone Brunson (26-6-2), Ievgen Khytrov (17-1), Eric Walker (17-1), and finally a dominant 10-round win against Shane Mosley Jr. (13-2).
This impressive streak granted Adams an opportunity against WBC Middleweight champion, Jermall Charlo. Post his commendable challenge against Charlo on June 29, 2019, Adams showcased his prowess with two consecutive wins. He overpowered Sanny Duversonne (11-2-2) within two rounds and later, on March 4, 2021, halted the undefeated Serhii Bohachuk in Puerto Rico.