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Osumanu Adama (Ozzie Adams / Machine Gun) boxer

Osumanu Adama image
Status inactive
Division super middleweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Debut 2001-05-25
Born 1980-12-24
Nationality Ghana
Residence Joliet, Illinois, USA
bouts
29
won
25
lost
4
draw
0
bouts
29
won
25
lost
4
draw
0
Status inactive
Division super middleweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Debut 2001-05-25
Born 1980-12-24
Nationality Ghana
Residence Joliet, Illinois, USA

One of nine children, Osamamu grew up in Accra into a large family, and helped to take care of his six sisters and two brothers. His late mother worked in a grocery store, and his father worked in an ice cream factory. Osumamu attended kotobabi technical institute High School in Accra. His favorite sport was playing soccer, which he still enjoys. Upon graduation, Osumamu attended kotobabi Technical College in Accra, and earned a four-year college diploma in mechanical engineering. He later worked as a mechanical engineer for a company in Accra.Osumanu Adama compiled an amateur boxing record of 54-4 with twenty knockouts in Ghana as a light middleweight. He fought in all Africa games in 1999, where he was silver medalist. He also fight in Turkey and in Spain and he won a silver medal in 2000 before the Olympic Games. He was training in Cuba that time. He won an International boxing tournament gold medal in Indianapolis, Indiana, at 69 kilograms. He represented Ghana Boxing at the 2000 Summer Olympics at Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia, losing in the third round leading by 10 points during the competition when the referee stopped the contest in the third round of his bout against Mohamed Marmouri of Tunisia.

One of nine children, Osamamu grew up in Accra into a large family, and helped to take care of his six sisters and two brothers. His late mother worked in a grocery store, and his father worked in an ice cream factory. Osumamu attended kotobabi technical institute High School in Accra. His favorite sport was playing soccer, which he still enjoys. Upon graduation, Osumamu attended kotobabi Technical College in Accra, and earned a four-year college diploma in mechanical engineering. He later worked as a mechanical engineer for a company in Accra.Osumanu Adama compiled an amateur boxing record of 54-4 with twenty knockouts in Ghana as a light middleweight. He fought in all Africa games in 1999, where he was silver medalist. He also fight in Turkey and in Spain and he won a silver medal in 2000 before the Olympic Games. He was training in Cuba that time. He won an International boxing tournament gold medal in Indianapolis, Indiana, at 69 kilograms. He represented Ghana Boxing at the 2000 Summer Olympics at Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia, losing in the third round leading by 10 points during the competition when the referee stopped the contest in the third round of his bout against Mohamed Marmouri of Tunisia.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Feb. 4, 2017 David Okai LLLLWL Seconds Out Boxing Gymnasium, Accra WIN
Technical knockout
April 30, 2015 Stephen Abbey LLLWWL Cuzzy Bro's, Accra WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 27, 2015 David Okai WWLLWL Lebanon House, Accra WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 1, 2014 Gennady Golovkin WWWWWW Salle des Étoiles, Monte Carlo LOSS
Technical knockout
July 26, 2013 Doel Carrasquillo LLLLWL Cicero Stadium 1909 S. Laramie, Cicero WIN
Corner retirement
March 16, 2013 Grady Brewer WWLLWW Tsongas Center, Lowell vacant International Boxing Organization Inter-Continental Middleweight

vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) Inter Continental Middleweight

(supervisor: Wardeh Tolaymat)vacant World Boxing Council Continental Americas Middleweight

WIN
Split-decision
March 7, 2012 Daniel Geale LWWWWW Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 7, 2011 Roman Karmazin WWWWDL The Club Chicago, Burbank WIN
Technical knockout
March 25, 2011 Marcus Upshaw WWWLWW Hanging Gardens, River Grove WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 17, 2010 Angel Hernandez WWLWWL UIC Pavilion, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
April 30, 2010 Donovan George WWWWWW UIC Pavilion, Chicago LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 6, 2010 Josival Lima Teixeira LWWWLW Ohene Djan Sports Stadium, Accra WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 26, 2009 Mohammed Akrong WLWWWW Ohene Djan Sports Stadium, Accra WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 26, 2009 Musa Adam L Ohene Djan Sports Stadium, Accra WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 12, 2009 Anyetei Sowah LLL Globe Cinema, Accra WIN
KO
Aug. 21, 2009 Dyah Davis WWWWWW Miami Beach Resort & Spa, Miami Beach LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 22, 2008 Philip Darah Methodist School Park, Teshie WIN
Corner retirement
July 29, 2008 Roman Vanicky LWDLWL Laser Show Hall, Bobycentrum, Brno WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 27, 2007 Patrik Hruska LWWLLW Hotel Hilton, Prague WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 14, 2005 Issa Sow LWWDLL Azumah Nelson Sports Complex, Accra WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 29, 2004 Mathurin Sechegbe LLWL Accra Sports Stadium, Accra vacant African Boxing Union Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 30, 2004 Mathurin Sechegbe LLW Kaneshie Sports Complex, Accra West African Boxing Union Super Welterweight

vacant World Boxing Organisation Africa Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 14, 2004 Issa Sow LLWWDL Accra West African Boxing Union Super Welterweight

vacant World Boxing Organisation Africa Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 15, 2003 Ayitey Powers WLWWWW Kaneshie Sports Complex, Accra vacant Ghanaian Super Welterweight

vacant West African Boxing Union Super Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 28, 2003 Dick Dosseh LLDLLL Globe Cinema, Accra vacant Ghanaian Middleweight

vacant West African Boxing Union Middleweight

WIN
KO
Feb. 8, 2002 Robinson Kutsokey L Accra Sports Stadium, Accra Ghanaian Super Welterweight

vacant West African Boxing Union Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 30, 2001 Marciano Commey WLLWLW Kaneshie Sports Complex, Accra vacant Ghanaian Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 6, 2001 George Amuzu Kumasi vacant Ghanaian Super Welterweight

WIN
Points
May 25, 2001 Akeem Alarape L Kaneshie Sports Complex, Accra vacant Ghanaian Super Welterweight

WIN
KO