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Azim vs. Fanyan: Prediction, Odds, Date, Stats

Adam Azim (The Assassin) and Aram Fanyan are scheduled to meet in a super-lightweight bout on at the Manchester Arena, Manchester, England. Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

Adam Azim vs. Aram Fanyan
Adam Azim vs. Aram Fanyan


This fight between Adam Azim and Aram Fanyan took place on 2 September, 2023 at the Manchester Arena, Manchester, England.

Tale of the Tape

At 180 cm, both the fighters are of the same height. The fighters also have the same reach of 180 cm. They have the same ape index of 0 cm.

Azim is coming in to this fight with an undefeated record of 8-0 (6 KOs). His last fight was 6 months and 22 days ago against Santos Reyes, which he won via 10 round unanimous decision.

Fanyan comes in with a record of 23-1 (5 KOs). His last fight was 9 months and 22 days ago against Alfredo Diaz Minjarez, which he won via 5th round TKO.

Both the fighters fight out of the orthodox stance.

On the day of the fight, Azim will be 21 years and 1 month old. Fanyan will be 26 years and 7 months old.

Prediction and Odds

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After considering the both the fighters' stats and their performance patterns, the winning odds is calculated to be at 58-42 in favor of Adam Azim. Here is the prediction for Azim vs Fanyan.

The chances of Adam Azim winning this fight is much higher. However, Aram Fanyan still cannot be counted out.


Adam Azim defeated Aram Fanyan via 10 round UD. Fanyan's 10 fight win streak comes to an end, and Azim advances his win streak to 9. Azim is now 9-0, and Fanyan 23-2.

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