Knockout Night for Split-T Management Fighters Tiger Johnson and Joseph Adorno


Knockout Night for Split-T Management Fighters Tiger Johnson and Joseph Adorno

PhilBoxing.com
Tue 24 May 2022

New York, NY (May 23, 2022) – Two fighters under the Split-T Management banner scored impressive stoppage victories on Saturday night.

In Las Vegas, 2021 US Olympian Tiger Johnson stopped Agustin Kucharski in the third round of their six-round welterweight bout.

In the first round, Kucharski had blood around his right eye.

In round three, Johnson dropped Kucharski twice, with the finisher going straight to the head. Kucharski’s corner threw in the towel at 54 seconds.

Johnson, 142.4 pounds from Cleveland, OH is 4-0 with three knockouts. Kucharski, 143.2 pounds from Cordoba, ARG is 8-5-1.

Johnson had a highly decorated amateur career with an 188-17 record and saw him win a gold medal at the 2016 World Youth Championships; a bronze medal at the 2019 Pan American Games; a 2019 Last Chance Qualifying Championship; Four Elite National Championships 2017; a 2016 Elite National Championship; a 2015 National Youth Championship; and a 2014 Junior Olympic National Championship.

Johnson is promoted by Top Rank.

In Orlando, Florida, lightweight Joseph Adorno stopped Juan Santiago in the first round of their eight-round lightweight bout.

Adorno of Allentown, Pennsylvania landed a six-punch combination that was followed by a cracking left to the jaw that sent Santiago splashing to the canvas.

With the win, Adorno is now 15-1-2 with 13 knockouts.

Adorno is promoted by GH3 Promotions.


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