Adorno Vs. Alberto Roldan Ozan The Official Showtime – Boxing News 24

Joseph “Blessed Hands” Adorno (16-1-2, 14 KOs), former amateur lead with one-punch knockout power, and undefeated Argentine prospect Hugo Alberto Roldan (21-0-1, 7 KOs) They both weighed in on their official Thursday the day before their 10-round lightweight main event on Thursday. SHOBOX: The New Generation Tomorrow Night, Friday, September 9th LIVE ON SHOWTIME as the potential development chain returns to Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel & Casino, first location SHOBOX® On July 21, 2001.

The common feature corresponds to an undefeated Filipino prospect Bernard Angelo Torres (16-0, 7 KOs) against the Dominicans French Fortunato (13-1, 10 KOs) in a 10-round featherweight gravity. TV broadcasts open with SHOBOX return Janelson Bocachica (17-0-1, 11 KOs) Face Knockout Artist Roman Villa (24-1, 24 KOs) in an eight-round welterweight fight.

Hall of Fame Barry Tompkins Calls the action from ringside with a veteran combat sports reporter and Morning kombat Host Brian Campbell And the former world champion Raul Marquez Work as expert analysts with the Hall of Famer Steve Farhood Perform informal registration duties remotely. Executing Producer of SHOBOX: The New Generation he is Gordon Hall with Chuck McCain production and Rick Phillips Guidance.

This event is promoted by Sampson Boxing.

Final weights

Super lightweight bout 10 rounds

Joseph Adorno – 139 lbs.

Hugo Alberto Roldan – 140 lbs.

Referee: Benji Esteves Jr. (New York). John McKay (New York), Joseph Pasquale (New Jersey), Robin Taylor (New York).

Featherweight bout 10 rounds

Bernard Angelo Torres – 125 lbs.

French Fortunato – 126 lbs.

Referee: Mary Glover (New Jersey); Judges: Jacqueline Atkins (New Jersey), Mark Concentino (New Jersey), Paul Wallace (Maryland).

Middle weight bout eight rounds

Janelson Bocachica – 147 lbs.

Villa Roman – 146 lbs.

Referee: Harvey Duke (New Jersey); Judges: Jacqueline Atkins (New Jersey), Mark Concentino (New Jersey), Paul Wallace (Maryland).

Final quotes:

Joseph Adorno

“I was at home lying with my kids only when I got a call from my coach Chino. [Raul Rivas] He asks me if I will fight this fight. You know me, I’d fight any fight. Whatever Chino says, I’ll go with him. Since he entered my life, I let him guide me. He said we’re going to beat this guy, and that’s all it takes. I got up and went for a run and the next day I was training.

“I’ve only seen a few seconds of Roldan. I don’t like watching a lot of my opponents tapes because the way they fought in that battle doesn’t mean they’ll fight with me the same way. I don’t want to put something in my mind that might not happen. ‘Chino’ works on the game plan We just hope to have a good fight.

“This fight is definitely an opportunity to reset my career a little bit. After a loss, I look at this as getting me back. I’m determined to make up for what happened that night. I’m so glad I got the call and can’t wait for the bell to ring. I’m so excited for this fight.” And I don’t even know how to explain it.

“I learned a lot in that fight against [Michel] Rivera. I learned that I need to be more active. I’ve learned that the undefeated record isn’t everything. Everyone wants to protect her, so she wants to fight to protect that number “0”. But I think I needed that loss.

“I needed this loss to focus more and know you’re not going to be perfect all the time so you have to keep working hard. The harder you work, the better you get. Before that loss, I thought I was unbeatable. Help me. It opened my eyes a lot. I am grateful for this.” Loss. It woke me up and that’s why I’m working the way I am now.”

Hugo Alberto Roldan

“I think Adorno is a stronger fighter than the first opponent I was supposed to face [Shinard Bunch]. But it’s also a good opportunity to show everyone what I can do against a fighter of this caliber.

“I have come a long way in my career and I am very happy with this opportunity and I really appreciate the opportunity to show what I can do. I haven’t thought about the future and what’s next, but I want to keep moving forward and keep moving forward.

“In terms of coming into the sport late, I am a very confident person. I work hard and have confidence in my abilities. I really see that as an advantage. Being where I come from, Sergio Martinez is definitely an inspiration when I was next, as he took up boxing in Late and managed to achieve a lot, so he definitely inspires me.

“When I fight, I always look for the knockout. I train for the knockout and that’s what I try to achieve.

“My last fight I had to get up twice off the canvas, but it was a learning experience and it helped me see the things I could do better in future fights, and that I could change. I went back to Argentina, trained to improve myself, the things I did wrong or were from I could do better, artistic stuff.

“I know my opponent is a good punch, but I also love to fight, and I will follow my strategy and adapt to what the fighter in front of me is doing. I will work around whatever is available in the course of the fight.

“Being in camp with Fundoras was a great experience and taught me a lot and helped me grow as a fighter and improve.

“Debuting in the United States means a lot to me. I’ve worked hard and sacrificed so much to be here. I’ve come a long way and I want to continue to fight more of these big fights in the States, against fighters who are built to improve myself as a fighter.”

Bernard Angelo Torres

“This fight means a lot to me and my career. It really is a great opportunity for me to show my strength and what I can do on a big stage.

I am a Norwegian citizen. We ended up in Norway after my father died when I was 10 and my mother had to work abroad there. We were six kids, so she had to work out of the country to earn money. Three or four years later, she dropped us off and brought us in. I know my parents would be very proud of me and what I do in my career.

“I started boxing in the Philippines because my father was very interested in boxing. Together we dreamed of one day becoming a champion. Of course, I was inspired by Manny Pacquiao who was a huge inspiration for my career, but I never met him. I hope to meet him one day.

“My opponent is a good boxer. I think he’ll use his reach. In terms of my strategy and how I’m going to fight him and if I’m going to try to get inside, I don’t know. We’ll see what he gets in the first rounds but we have a good plan to play smart.”

“I’ve never fought anyone as tall as my opponent in the pros, but I’ve encountered tall fighters in the amateurs, and we had good competition in the camp with a lot of tall fighters.

“We started camp in Norway and then finished in Spain and feuded with Michael Conlan and Harlem Eubank. It was a very good experience. I also got into a fight with Conlan last year when he was preparing to fight. I always learn from these experiences.”

French Fortunato

“I’ve been waiting for the opportunity to showcase my skills on national television for a long time. Whatever Torres brings, I’ll be ready. I think I have the tools to face whatever it brings.”

“I fell for my loss, I just learned from it and got better. I didn’t dwell on it. I became a better fighter and learned a lot. I learned about conditioning and not being too pressured. I didn’t manage the rounds well. I know my conditioning is better now and I can participate in the rounds .

“In the ring, I focus on boxing, but I see myself as a boxer and boxer. I don’t go there to look for the knockout but if I hurt the guy, I’ll go KO. I usually look to the box but if I hit my opponent cleanly, he’ll go down.”

“We have worked and prepared to make sure we are ready for whatever our opponent brings. I think I am a more complete fighter than my opponent and will use my boxing skills and range. I feel like the biggest hitter.

“I’m fighting SHOBOX To give the opportunity and the opportunity to showcase my talent on national television. I’m hoping for a huge show on Friday and then move on to bigger and better fights. I’m coming to win and while I’m not looking for the knockout, I feel like I can block him on Friday night.”

Janelson Bocachica

“I feel better than ever. I expect a fight to break out and I expect him to get pissed off and try to find the slam dunk. But with my skills, it would be hard for him to touch me. I think it’s going to be a very bad night for Royman Villa. And a great night for me.”

“I want everyone to know that Janelson isn’t just a boxer, he can box. I’ve been training with sparring buddies who are bigger than me – my sparring mates are always bigger in weight. I’m used to punching hard.

“For this training camp, we already had Dani Garcia. Danny is a punch. We have striking power, but this fight I want to show so much more. I want to show skills.

“Boxing is not about who is stronger or who can take the biggest punches, it is about winning and skills. There is a science of boxing and it is not about who is tougher or more masculine.

“I learned from fighting the Shenard Punch that I have to use this knockout. I have to leave all the haymakers behind. In the third round I was like, ‘This guy’s still standing?’ I go back to my corner and tell my dad this is the last round. I have to stop About thinking this way, you can’t eliminate everyone.

“The last three guys you fought were against Chenno [Roiman Villa’s trainer Raul Rivas] comrades. I don’t know what he’s doing against me. I’m ready to close the gym as I told him last time. He can bring anyone he wants. We are not worried about anything. He is a fierce fighter who loves to fight and gets angry easily. I think it will be a faster night than he expected.”

Roman Villa

“We have worked a lot for my US debut. I have been looking forward to this opportunity because I know what it means to be in the US for a fighter. This is really the beginning of my career, even though I have 24 KOs. I know this is the moment when it starts.” Everything really counts for me.

“For us, it is very important to go to the knockout because we do not like to leave it in the hands of the referees. I prepare to fight for the knockout win. This is how I prefer to fight and that is why I end up getting the same result every time. .

“I’m ready to go into the laps too if I need to. We trained at high altitude. I know how to stay strong in all the laps and I can go the full distance and win the decision too.

“I don’t like watching the tape on my opponent very much. I depend on my team and coach Chino. He knows how to put strategy together and I will follow his instructions. I think my pressure will take him down.

“I come from a family of 10 boys and they are all boxers. I’m the only one who became pro but we all fought in the amateurs. I’m one of the youngest brothers. I had to fight the oldest to survive. That’s what made me who I am today. You had to fight your way in.” out.

“Although everyone can give their opinion on what happened in the fight I lost, I know that during those 12 rounds, I hit him. Behind the scenes, we know what happened and why they didn’t want to give us the decision.”

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