Aadam Hamed Beats Vojtech Hrdy In Debut Boxing Match In Poland

Aadam Hamed made his pro boxing debut on the undercard of Oleksandr Usyk and Daniel Dubois’ fight as he took on Vojtech Hrdy in Poland. And boy, did he perform, almost like his father. 

Hamed, who is the youngest son of boxing icon Prince Naseem dominated his 17-year-old opponent through the first match of his career. 

While his dad fought at bantamweight and featherweight, Hamed Jr’s debut was in the super-welterweight category. 

In the short duration of the fight, Hamed was able to showcase some impressive footwork in a central position, landing several jabs, as Hrdy ran around the ring. 

Aadam regularly uploads videos and pictures of his training on his Instagram, showing off his ripped body and stunning speed from sparring sessions.

In his post-fight speech, Aadam said: 

“That was my first fight ever. Not just my pro debut. It was a blessing to be here in front of everyone. Thank you to my beautiful mum, my beautiful dad.”

“What a night man. I felt like I put on a performance and it’s only going to get bigger and better from here.”

“I believe in myself and my ability. I’m not here to take part, I’m here to take over. Remember that.”