Orlando, Florida (July 22, 2022) – lightweight competitor Joseph Adorno of Allentown, Pennsylvania meet a veteran of 48 fights Julio Buitrago in the main event of Orlando fight night“Saturday night at Royal Caribbean in Orlando, Florida.
Representing Allentown, Pennsylvania, Adorno’s excellent professional record is 15-1-2 with 13 wins by knockout. He is fresh off a first-round knockout on May 21 and is looking to move up the ranks with another win.
A pro since 2005, Buitrago has fought all over the world and done so against quality opposition. Resides at Miami, Florida Passing by NicaraguaBuitrago recently faced the prospect Michael Williams Jr.losing by stoppage in the third round.
Adorno-Buitrago is scheduled for 6 rounds.
The card is promoted by GH3 Specials and Box Lab Promotions. Tickets starting at $40 are on sale at https://www.ticketmaster.com/orlando-fight-night-orlando-florida-07-23-2022/event/22005CD892B8C422. Those unable to attend can view the map on Bxngtv.com.
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Cruiserweight demolition machine Adrian “Pretty Boy” Pinheiro faces a sturdy mexican Javier Gomez Rueda in the evening’s six-round co-featured bout. Living in Orlando, Florida, and originally from Poland, Pinheiro is 7-0 with all of his wins by knockout. Rueda, 21-16 (15 KOs), has fought a number of champions and contenders over his 15 year career including Jose Zepeda, Victor Cayo, Eddie Gomez, Yuri Foreman, and Ali Akhmedov among others.
2016 American Olympian Antonio Vargas, 12-1 (5 KOs) makes his highly anticipated return against Daniel Coronal of Argentina in a six-round bantamweight contest. Fight out of Kissimmee, FloridaVargas has been out of the ring since February 2020 and hopes to get back on track with an impressive win.
Keesawn Williams from Washington, D.C. challenges 60-fight veteran Raymond Chacon of Los Angeles, Calif., to a six-round welterweight bout. Williams, 8-1-1 (2 KOs), is looking to bounce back from his lone loss to a highly rated Kenneth Sims Jr. last December.
Derrick “Diesel” Jackson meets a grizzled veteran Cesar Soriano of Iztacalco, Mexico in a six-round junior middleweight match. An Orlando fighter, Jackson is 8-0 as a professional and was a standout amateur before entering the paid ranks. A pro since 1998, Soriano has been a veteran of 71 professional fights and has faced many contenders over the years.
Undefeated junior welterweight Steven Galeano of Orlando risks his record of 11-0 against Nicaragua native David Morales, 13-12 in a six rounder. Collectively, Galeno and Morales have knockouts in almost 90% of their wins.
Alexander Rios Vega, Darrius Jackson, A’Mire Lewis, Carlos Fromenta Romero, Yildo Depstre and Carlos Javier Ramos will appear in separate fights to complete the map.
“I’m thrilled to have Joseph and Keesawn on the card Saturday night,” said Vito Mielnicki of GH3 Specials. “I can’t wait for GH3 and Boxlab Promotions to work together on shows at Caribe Royale. It’s a great venue and platform to move our fighters and move them into bigger fights.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and the first fight is scheduled for 7 p.m.
A four-diamond resort, the Caribe Royale is a 1,388-room resort that offers a luxurious and relaxing experience for guests of all ages. Amenities include a spa, five restaurants, a kids’ splash pool and playground, a two-story fitness center, and a large outdoor pool with a 75-foot waterslide. Completely redesigned and renovated with over $127 million in upgrades and expansions, the Caribe Royale is the first all-suite hotel in Orlando.
Roberto Villa is the CEO, Founder, Executive Writer, Editor of FightBook MMA. Has a passion for combat sports and also a podcast host for Sitting Ringside. He is also a veteran MMA fighter and Kickboxer.
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