Orlando Gonzalez clashes with Ramiro Cesena on Wednesday Night Fights in Kissimmee, Florida

ProBox TV returns yet again this month with a second installment of its popular mid-week promotion in Kissimmee, Florida on July 26th. 

The evening’s main-event will see Orlando Gonzalez (20-2, 12 KOs) take on Ramiro Cesena (16-1-1, 13 KOs) in the super featherweight division over 10 rounds in a Puerto Rico Vs Mexico matchup. Puerto Rico’s Gonzalez comes off a points victory over Rodrigo Guerrero in March, having previously knocked out William Gonzalez inside a round last November. Cesena was unjustly given his first career defeat in April against Thomas Mattice. The fight goes down as a 10th round TKO loss, despite the stoppage being perceived as unworthy by most watching that evening.

The co-main event will see France’s Mohamed Mimoune (22-5, 3 KOs) lock horns with New York’s Steven Galeano (12-0, 9 KOs) in a 10 round super lightweight contest. Southpaw Mimoune was last in action on ProBox TV in Plant City last year losing over the 10 round distance to Cesar Francis. He also went the distance with Ireland’s Tyrone McKenna last February, his last win coming at London’s York Hall where he scored a 5th round KO over the undefeated Darren Surtees.

Kicking off the televised card will be ProBox TV’s very own Darrelle Valsaint (8-0, 6 KOs) colliding with Ghana’s Daniel Aduku (15-3-1, 11 KOs) in the super middleweight division over 6 rounds. Valsaint comes off a 2nd round knockout victory over Marcelo Fabian Bzowski in Plant City, and defeated Lucas de Abreu over the 6 round distance in February. Aduku looks to get back to winning ways after a 4th round KO loss to Chordale Booker in April.

The non-televised portion on the fight card offers much promise to those in attendance at the Kissimmee Civic Centre. 

Kiria Tapia (1-0) goes toe-to-toe with Simone Aparecipia Da Silva (17-26, 7 KOs) in the welterweight division over 6 rounds. Tapia medalled in multiple amateur tournaments and represented Puerto Rico at the Olympic Games. The vastly more experienced Da Silva is on a 13 fight losing streak, last tasting victory in 2019 when he became the Brazilian champion. 

Heavyweights collide when David Garcia (4-0, 2 KOs) meets Allen Terry (1-1, 1 KOs) in a four round duel. The show will be opened by local bantamweight Joshua Lebron (5-0-1, 4 KOs) in a 4 round contest.