The annual La Nuit des Titans takes place at Hall Omnisport in Farciennes, Belgium on November 24. The event presented by legendary Osman Yigin features a series of bouts in kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA with two titles contested on the night.
In the main event Gaetano Pirrello of Belgium and Tristan Caetano of France will battle it out for WKN European Super Featherweight Muay Thai title.
In the co-main event another representative of the country-host Nicolas Di Franco squares off against Willman Junior Cuellar of Bolivia. MMA contest is for WKN Intercontinental Lightweight title, Europe vs. South America.
Over the course of his career Gaetano Pirrello has held Amateur World and European titles in Super Featherweight and Welterweight divisions (respectively). The upcoming show will see the representative of Osman Gym contesting for European gold in the professional class.
The challenger from France, Tristan Caetano is former WKN World Super Bantamweight title contender. The competitor of Team Nasser K went up, yet dropped a decision against Argentinian star Federico Roma at Simply the Best 15 Moreno in 2017. Following a number of wins since, he is now looking to claim European trophy in order to receive another world title shot.
Nicolas Di Franco (4-2) is coming of a unanimous decision win scored last October against David-Tonatiuth Crol. Before that the he suffered the defeat by TKO in the second round against Abou Tounkara, which snapped his three-fight win streak.
Willman Junior Cuellar (2-0) is unbeaten in two of his professional outings. In his previous bout in May he submitted Xavier Poyatos in the third round. Prior to that he scored a unanimous decision against Gabriel Bezosa. In addition, Cuellar has recorded 2-0 as an amateur.
The undercard will see a series of bouts with local and international competitors.
WKN European Super Featherweight title / Muay Thai 5×3 mn
Gaetano Pirello (Belgium) vs. Tristan Caetano (France)
WKN Intercontinental Lightweight title / MMA / 3x5mn
Nicolas Di Franco (Belgium) vs. Willman Junior Cuellar (Bolivia)