Adam Braidwood is a professional football defensive end turned boxer and martial artist. In the 2006 CFL draftee, Adam was picked by the Edmonton Eskimos where he spent his entire football career. In 2007, he started MMA and later two years boxing.
Richmond, British Columbian native, Adam Braidwood was born on 1st June 1984, under the star sign Gemini. He holds Canadian nationality and is of white ethnic background. Regarding his physique, he stands 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) tall and weighs 250 lb (110 kg; 18 st).
CFLer-turned-boxer, Adam Braidwood has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2021. He earned a decent sum of money from his football career which ended in less than a season due to injury.
Since 2007, Adam became active in MMA and joined boxing in 2009 however with some legal troubles his MMA career was paused until 2015. Following his comeback, the boxer has competed in a total of 14 bouts, winning 13 of it.
Though there is no exact financial details of how much Adam makes the per fight, the boxer is expected to pursue no less than the five-digit figure. The median salary for a professional boxer is $51370 as of 2021.
Adam Braidwood's current relationship status is unknown to the world. Must say, the boxer has managed his personal life as secret as possible. Active on Instagram with 10.8k followers, most of his posts are from boxing, sponsorship, and a few from vacations.
About his past affair, he was sentenced to 4 1/2 years for sexually assaulting a former girlfriend on 19th April 2013. However, there is detailed information about his ex-girlfriend and how long they dated.
A football injury brought Braidwood to addiction with painkillers that led to more drugs and some bad decisions. He was sued with multiple criminal charges and a period of three years in and out of jail.
On November 23, 2010, Braidwood and two other men were accused following an incident late the previous Friday afternoon in the Spruce Grove, Alberta, area. On September 10, 2013, he pleaded guilty to other remaining Alberta charges and sentencing proceeded. The sentence ran concurrently with his other convictions.
On 24th January 2009, Adam Braidwood made his professional debut against Devon Garnon. He won the fight via TKO in round one. He next faced Lee Mein on 9th April 2009 and got defeated in the round via TKO.
Rebounding from the loss he returned back to fight on 4th December 2015, defeating Paul Mackenzie. Then he had a series of four-win and eventually won his career's first title WBU Heavyweight Title on 24th February 2017 Eric Martel Bahoell.
On 16th June 2017, he defeated Tim Hague via KO in round two. Due to powerful KO, Tim suffered a brain hemorrhage and died two days later.
That season he had three more wins against Wilfrido Leal, Christian Larrondo, and Misael Sanchez.
Adam started 2018 fighting against Jesus Manuel Paez. He won the fight via KO in the round. In the following bout, he defeated Hugo Leon on 28th April at Saw Conference center, Edmonton, Alberta. On 16th June 2018, he fought against Simon Kean for the IBO Inter-Continental Heavyweight Title and vacant WBC Francophone Heavyweight Title.
His last fight was against Andrew Satterfield on 16th June 2019. He won the fight via TKO in round 2.
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