Jamaine Ortiz studied in the ring and maybe on the silver screen

Jamaine Ortiz learned from his draw against Joseph Adorno and is looking to tear down the lightweight division and the acting world.

When lightweight prospect Jamaine Ortiz took on Joseph Adorno in March 2021, he bled and fell twice after that. settle for a draw.

That’s not how Ortiz wanted things to be, but the experience is valuable to the budding 25-year-old. Boxing talent from Worcester, MA. It might just be what he needs.

“It’s been a real learning experience for me, you know, as long as I’m not too nervous,” Ortiz told FanSided. “Be more patient. I learned that, you know, with that fight, being knocked down, I was just trying to play like catching up. I’m just trying to make sure I win. “

A draw is a test of victory and loss, but considering that Ortiz was relegated twice in 10 rounds and still received a draw, that is impressive. Two judges had it even while the third had it 76-74 for Ortiz.

That is a victory in and of itself.

Adorno was also undefeated, but Ortiz defeated him for most of the match. His left foot can score at will, but Ortiz feels his Wheaties is a bit too much.

He was too aggressive, leaving him open to Adorno’s left hooks as he charged.

“I just want to make sure I dominate every second of the game so they [judges] Ortiz said. “But that caused me to make some mistakes and end up getting stuck.”

Ortiz’s nose bled profusely for much of the match, but he controlled the tempo of the competition and frequently hit Adorno in the body and head along the ropes. He made the mistake of being dropped in rounds 2 and 7, but that experience has served him well in the future.

Ortiz brought lessons learned in his final game against Nahir Albright in the February 18 ShoBox event. Ortiz maintained the distance with his iconic lightning strike and boxed in a boxy way. intelligence in 10 rounds resulted in a unanimous decision victory to claim the vacant NABF title.

Jamaine Ortiz learned a lot from his fight against Joseph Adorno and the NABF lightweight champion is looking to add more belts to her collection

Ortiz vs. Albright is not the slugfest of Ortiz vs. Adorno, but that’s the point. Ortiz has learned not to get sucked into a slugfest.

He learned how to do a chess boxing match instead of Robot Rock’em Sock’em.

“I’m glad I got to do exactly what I said I would,” Ortiz said. “I said I would close the box. I was told I would make it an easy night myself. I was told that I wouldn’t suffer much punishment. “

After his latest win, Ortiz hopes for a showdown with Rolly Romero. However, he will have to look in a different direction after Showtime announced Romero vs. Gervonta Davis for May 28.

Ortiz feels that Romero is a big name that is ripe to pick.

“I saw him one way,” Ortiz said of Romero. “I don’t see too many things in his toolbox. The senses slow down. I just found it very easy. I just find it very easy for me to beat him.”

Since Ortiz didn’t get the match against Romero, he’ll have to wait for his promoter, Jimmy Burchfield, to navigate the boxing waters for his next best chance.

Meanwhile, Ortiz has more work to do. He is the father of a five-year-old daughter, runs a real estate investment business and is currently trying his hand at acting.

“I was just trying to use my potential,” Ortiz said. “If I have the looks and if I have something that people want, then I am always open to new opportunities. And I always see myself on TV. So I’m fighting on TV. I could be on TV, not getting any hits. I think it’s even better.”

Ortiz has the toned body, square jaw of an action hero, and a smooth face that translates well into acting.

So far, Ortiz has proven successful in all of his ventures. You can see him on TV with a completely different capacity.

https://fansided.com/2022/03/16/jamaine-ortiz-boxing-silver-screen/ Jamaine Ortiz studied in the ring and maybe on the silver screen

John Verrall

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