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[BOXING@TV*]Carlos Adames vs Julian Williams Boxing Live Free Online TV Channel 24 June 2023

Carlos Adames vs. Julian Williams live stream: How to watch Boxing match online right now, match card, start time. Carlos Adames will defend the WBC interim middleweight title tonight against former 154 lb titleholder Julian “J-Rock” Williams, in a Showtime main event from The Armory in Minneapolis. The interim title fight between Carlos Adames and Julian Williams is upon us.

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Adames and Williams are set to collide inside The Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota this Saturday night (June 24). This will be the first interim title defense for Adames. He captured the gold back in October 2022 when he knocked out Juan Macias Montiel in the third round.

As for Williams, he's looking to nab another world title win in his career, albeit interim. The former WBA, IBF, and IBO junior middleweight titleholder has gone 1-2 in his last three outings. After suffering a two-fight skid, Williams earned a unanimous decision victory over Rolando Mansilla late last year.

There is an interim middleweight title on the line tonight.

There's a WBC interim middleweight title fight in Minneapolis tonight, as Carlos Adames prepares to face Julian Williams at the Armory.

Adames was most recently in action up against Juan Macias Montiel back in October 2022, securing victory via knockout.

Williams is a former unified light middleweight title holder, and won his last bout - at 160lbs - with a unanimous points win against Rolando Wenceslao Mansilla, in November last year.

Here's everything you need to know about how to watch Adames vs. Williams.

When is Adames vs. Williams tonight? Date, start time

Date: Saturday, June 24

Time: 2 a.m. BST / 9 p.m. ET

Main event ringwalks (approx): 4 a.m. BST / 11 p.m. ET

The main card is set to get underway at 2 a.m. BST / 9 p.m. ET with the main event ringwalks scheduled for 4 a.m. BST / 11 p.m. ET. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights.

What channel/stream is Adames vs. Williams tonight?

U.S.: Showtime

Fans in the U.S. can watch this fight live on Showtime. Viewers in other parts of the world are yet to have a confirmed broadcaster.

Where is the Adames vs. Williams fight being held tonight?

The fight will take place at the Armory, Minneapolis, in the United States.

Carlos Adames record and bio

Nationality: Dominican

Date of birth: May 7, 1994

Height: 5' 10"

Reach: 72.5"

Total fights: 23

Record: 22-1 (17 KOs)

Julian Williams record and bio

Nationality: American

Date of birth: April 5, 1990

Height: 5' 11"

Reach: 72.5"

Total fights: 33

Record: 28-3-2 (16 KOs)

Adames vs. Williams fight card

Carlos Adames vs. Julian Williams; For Adames’ WBC interim middleweight title

Erickson Lubin vs. Luis Arias; Light middleweight

Fernando Martinez vs. Jade Bornea; For Martinez’s IBF super flyweight title

Caleb Truax vs. Burley Brooks; Light heavyweight

Bryant Perrella vs. Jamontay Clark; Light middleweight

Shawn McCalman vs. Bo Gibbs Jr; Super middleweightt

Jerwin Ancajas vs. Wilner Soto; Super bantamweight

Kel Spencer vs. Lyle McFarlane; Lightweight

Robert Meriwether III vs. Ezra Rabin; Featherweight

Ray Ray Robinson vs. Ryan Raglin; Featherweight

Not long ago, middleweight enjoyed a spot as one of boxing's premier weight classes, a spot the division has held for much of the sport's history. Today, however, the division has lost much of its luster and is starving for a breakout star. Carlos Adames hopes to take the next step toward becoming the man to fill that role when he faces former unified junior middleweight champion Julian Williams on Saturday night (9 p.m. ET, Showtime).

Adames (22-1, 17 KO) currently holds the interim WBC middleweight title, a belt he won with a three-round destruction of Juan Macias Montiel this past October. That title puts him in line for a shot at WBC champion Jermall Charlo, though Charlo is rumored to be the next man to face undisputed super middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

Without knowing how long it will be for a shot at a world title to materialize - or whether Charlo will vacate, leading to Adames being promoted to full champion - the main thing Adames can do is continue putting on a solid show when he steps into the ring.

The lone loss on Adames' resume came in November 2019 when he was upset by Patrick Teixeira in a bout for the interim WBO junior middleweight title. Since that upset, he has rattled off four consecutive wins, culminating with his secondary title win against Montiel.

In Williams (28-3-1, 16 KO), Adames faces a big-name opponent, though one who has fallen from his previous heights.

Williams burst onto the world title scene in May 2019 by shocking favored Jarrett Hurd to win the WBA and IBF junior middleweight titles. It was an outstanding performance that saw Williams not only outbox Hurd, but do more damage against a man who was expected to hold a significant power edge.

Williams lost the titles in his first defense, suffering his own upset loss when he was stopped by Jeison Rosario in the fifth round. Things got much worse in Williams' next outing, dropping a split decision to lightly regarded Vladimir Hernandez.

While Williams did get back in the win column in his most recent outing, taking an eight-round unanimous decision over Rolando Mansilla, that win was not one that will quiet those who believe Williams' best days are behind him.

Adames (22-1, 17 KOs) is staying busy, still waiting for his title shot against WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo, who hasn’t been stripped despite two years of inactivity.

J-Rock Williams has lost two out of his last three fights since 2020. He did win his last fight against journeyman Rolando Wenceslao Mansilla, but his last victory against a quality opponent was way back in 2019 when he beat IBF/WBA 154-lb champion Jarrett Hurd by a twelve round unanimous decision in a grueling fight.

J-Rock hasn’t looked the same since that fight, as he lost his two titles in his first defense against Jeison Rosario by a fifth-round knockout in 2020 and then was beaten by the unheralded Vladimir Hernandez in 2021 by a 10 round split decision.


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