Nicholas ‘Axe Man’ Walters Triumphs in Return to Boxing, Claims WBA Continental America Belt

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Jamaica’s former WBA World Featherweight champion, Nicholas ‘Axe Man’ Walters, made a triumphant return to the ring on Wednesday, marking his comeback with a statement victory in big-time boxing.

Despite being the underdog at odds of 5-1, the 38-year-old Walters delivered a masterful performance, securing a decisive 10-round unanimous decision win over 24-year-old American Joseph “Blessed Hands” Adorno.

The bout, which took place at the Whitesands Probox Events center in Plant City, Florida, was part of the ProBox TV’s Wednesday Night Fight series.

Having been absent from professional boxing for almost seven years, Walters moved up in weight for this highly-anticipated contest.


His return was met with eager anticipation from fans and pundits alike, and he did not disappoint.

The fight was not without its drama, as Adorno was deducted a point for a punch after the bell in round nine.

However, this did little to dampen Walters’ dominance in the ring. The judges ultimately scored the fight 95-94, 97-92, and 98-91 in favour of Walters.

Speaking after the fight, Walters expressed his satisfaction with his performance and his eagerness to pursue further opportunities in the sport. 

With this win, Walters improves his impressive ring record to 29 wins, with 22 victories coming by way of knockout, one loss, and one draw. Meanwhile, Adorno’s record now stands at 18 wins, with 15 knockouts, four losses, and two draws.

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