Since losing to John Thompson via stoppage in May 2015 and proceeding to take a three-year hiatus, Adams (21-2, 13 KOs) has delivered four consecutive wins. Adams last competed in November, defeating Shane Mosley Jr. by unanimous decision.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearWhile regarded as upper echelon middleweights, it has been hard for Charlo to get the top tier opponents such as Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, Gennadiy Golovkin, Daniel Jacobs and Demetrius Andrade because they fight on DAZN and Charlo is under the PBC banner, and his contests air on either Showtime or Fox.To be recognized amongst the elite, Charlo is going to have cross the street and get those crucial fights made. But his first line of duty is defeating Adams this weekend.(All times Eastern.) When is the Jermall Charlo vs. Brandon Adams fight?Jermall Charlo vs. Brandon Adams commences on Saturday, June 29. The main card begins at 9 p.m. Charlo and Adams are expected to make the walk to the ring for the main event at around 11:15 p.m.How do I watch Jermall Charlo vs. Brandon Adams?The Charlo vs. Adams fight can be seen on Showtime and can be streamed on the Showtime app.Where is the Jermall Charlo vs. Brandon Adams fight?Jermall Charlo and Brandon Adams will fight at the NRG Arena in Houston. Charlo competes in Houston for the third time while Adams fights there for the first time.Jermall Charlo record and bioName: Jermall CharloNationality: AmericanBorn: May 19, 1990Height: 6’0″ Reach: 73 ½”Total fights: 28Record: 28-0 with 21 knockouts.Brandon Adams record and bioName: Brandon AdamsNationality: AmericanBorn: July 31, 1989Height: 5’9″Reach: 70″Total fights: 23Record: 21-2 with 13 knockouts.Jermall Charlo vs. Brandon Adams fight cardMatchupClassBeltJermall Charlo vs. Brandon AdamsMiddleweightWBC (Interim)Erickson Lubin vs. Zakaria AttouJr. Middleweight…Eduardo Ramirez vs. Claudio MarreroFeatherweight…Miguel Flores vs. Luis MayJr. Lightweight…Cesar Cantu vs. Chante BowensJr. Lightweight…Raymond Guajardo vs. Jaime MezaMiddleweight…Omar Juarez vs. Seifullah WiseWelterweight…Mycheal Teal vs. Mark BeukeSuper Middleweight…Nelson Hampton vs. Dakota LingerLightweight…Zamy Larry vs. Carlos UmanzorSuper Middleweight… One of boxing’s best fighters at 160 pounds returns on Saturday night to make his 2019 debut, as Jermall Charlo puts his WBC interim middleweight title on the line against Brandon Adams at the NRG Arena in Houston.Charlo, (28-0, 21 KOs), is regarded as one of the most potent punchers not only in the middleweight division, but the entire sport. He won the interim strap by second-round knockout over Hugo Centeno Jr. in April 2018. The twin of former WBC junior middleweight champion, Jermell, successfully defended the belt for the first time, beating late-replacement Matt Korobov by unanimous decision in a tough, gritty affair in December.
The former selector of the national team of B&H Blaž Slišković will most probably become the new selector of the North Korea’s national team.Slišković revealed that he is waiting for his airplane ticket for Pyongyang where he should sign the contract.The famous Bosnian footballer should have sign this contract even earlier but it didn’t happen because one of the generals got sick so Baka still doesn’t know if he will take over the team or not. (Source: Sport Centar)
The new Amateur Champion, Harry Ellis, is included in an England line-up of high-fliers for the European men’s team championship in Austria next month. He’ll be joined by his immediate predecessor, 2016 Amateur Champion Scott Gregory, French amateur champion Josh Hilleard, St Andrews Links Trophy winner Matthew Jordan, Welsh open champion Gian-Marco Petrozzi and 2016 Lytham Trophy winner Alfie Plant. The championship will be played at Diamond Country Club from 11-15 July 2017. England have been European champions 11 times, most recently in 2013. The players: Harry Ellis, 21, (Meon Valley, Hampshire) won The Amateur at the weekend on the 38th hole, having been four down with five to play. At the age of 16 he became the youngest winner of the English amateur championship.(Image copyright Leaderboard Photography). Scott Gregory, 22, (Corhampton, Hampshire) was the 2016 Amateur champion and has since played in the Open, The Masters and the US Open. He is also the New South Wales champion. Josh Hilleard, 22, (Farrington Park, Somerset), won the French Open in a play-off and tied fourth in the Irish men’s open. Last season he had four wins in 22 days and was third in the English men’s order of merit. Matthew Jordan, 21, (Royal Liverpool, Cheshire) won the St Andrews Links Trophy having been runner-up in the Scottish open, tied fourth in the Irish open, fifth in the Brabazon Trophy and seventh in the Lytham Trophy. Gian-Marco Petrozzi, 20, (Trentham, Staffordshire) enjoyed a wire-to-wire win in the Welsh open, finishing nine shots clear of the field. He was fourth in the Portuguese amateur and eighth in the St Andrews Links Trophy. Alfie Plant, 24, (Sundridge Park, Kent) won the 2016 Lytham Trophy and holed the birdie putt to secure England’s silver medal at the World Team Championship for the Eisenhower Trophy. He was third individually. 27 Jun 2017 England high-fliers target Euro glory
England Golf is today pleased to confirm that threeball and fourball play can re-commence from Monday 1 JuneIt remains our recommendation for a minimum 10-minute interval between tee times.Clubs may choose to run competitions provided social distancing and safety regulations can be strictly observed at all times. Tags: Coronavirus Full statement from UK golf bodiesTHE latest UK government adjustment of lockdown conditions now permits golf clubs in England to re-introduce the fourball format from Monday 1 June.As part of a phased return to play, up to four golfers from four separate households may now play together in one single group from the above date.For coaching in England, the impact of these changes remains unclear. The PGA are working in collaboration with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf to seek confirmation. Further guidance will be communicated once clarity can be provided.Please note it is essential that golfers continue to strictly observe social distancing and safety regulations relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.All other industry guidelines pertaining to the playing of the game remain unchanged from those issued ahead golf’s phase one return on 13 May.While COVID-19 remains a live threat in our communities, we would ask everyone involved in the game to act responsibly, show respect and protect the wellbeing of golfers, staff and volunteers. **The following organisations have come together to help golf in the UK during the COVID-19 crisis and, through the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf, to work with Government to promote safe golf:American Golf; The Belfry; the British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association; the British Golf Industry Association; England Golf; the Golf Club Managers’ Association; Golf Ireland; the Golfing Union of Ireland; the Irish Ladies’ Golf Union; IMG; The Professional Golfers’ Association; PING; The R&A; Scottish Golf; Syngenta; the UK Golf Federation; Wales Golf. 29 May 2020 Three and fourball play to re-commence from 1 June
A goal by Zack Smith at 7:35 of the third period snapped a 2-2 tie and powered the Binghamton Senators to a 3-2 road victory over the Pirates in game one of the AHL Calder Cup Atlantic Division Finals Wednesday in Portland, M.E. The win was Binghamton’s first of the postseason to come in regulation. All four victories over the Manchester Monarchs in the division semifinals came in overtime.Former KIJHL defenceman for the Nelson Leafs Geoff Kinrade, 25, plays for Binghamton.The 6-foot, 207-pound Kinrade finished the game logging tons of minutes and a minus-1 on the stats sheet.Captain Ryan Keller and rookie Bobby Butler also scored for the Baby Sens, the farm team of NHL’s Ottawa franchise.The Baby Sens and Pirates return to the ice in Portland Thursday for Game 2 of the best-of-seven Atlantic Division Finals.