Joshua Adeboye is determined to showcase why he’s one of the best lightweights in the United Kingdom when he competes this Saturday at Almighty Fighting Championship 32.
Almighty FC are set to return with a bang when they put on a stellar event in Deeside, Wales, this weekend. The event features professional and amateur action from talent across the UK. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the promotion’s website or by the fighters directly.
Ahead of his fourth walk to the cage, we had the pleasure of catching up with Joshua Adeboye. Hear what he had to say below.
Interview With Joshua Adeboye
Joshua, you are weeks out from making the walk at Almighty FC. Firstly, how excited are you to get back out there under those lights?
I’m very excited to be back in action after being out for a few months due to issues finding an opponent.
You made your debut in 2022, and since then, this year, you’ve attained two victories. What changed in order for those results to begin falling in your favour?
I have to give credit to my team’s fearless mma for taking me in and showing the highest level of the sport.
With that said, if you could sum up your amateur career in one word. What would that word be?
If I had to summarise my career in one word, it would be an obsession.
Joshua Adeboye on Defeating Tamin Ahmed
Earlier this July, you banked three solid rounds, defeating Tamin Ahmed by unanimous decision. Upon reflection, how pleased were you with that fight, and how important was it for you to bank that crucial cage time?
I wasn’t overly pleased with that performance. I know for a fact I could have finished him with a few slight adjustments, but banking that experience in the cage is good, too.
You mentioned in your last post after your fight that you’re always “looking to level up”. What improvements and in which department can we expect to see advances in your game since the last time we saw you?
All aspects of my game have improved drastically just from training with the best.
Nov. 4, you will clash with Kai Robinson. On paper, this looks like a good matchup for you. However, how are you looking at it?
I believe it’s a good matchup for me. I know everyone has the ability to improve, so I’m not taking it lightly.
Assuming you’ve watched Kai’s one fight back. Give us your overall thoughts and what you’ve taken away from watching that.
There isn’t really much to take away from watching his last fight, as it wasn’t the most active, but I’m ready for everything.
Sell your style and the fight to those who might be apprehensive about tuning in or buying a ticket. What can we expect from not only you but this fight?
My style consists of always putting pressure and pace on my opponents, consistently looking for the finish. This fight is going to be a fun one. I’m a show why I believe I’m one of the top lightweights in the UK.