Adrian Serrano was born in December 23, 1963 and fights under the Middleweight class of the MMA. He is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States and trains under his own gym, the Adrian Serrano Combat Sports Gym.
His debut fight dated as far as 1996 where he won against Roger Mendosa at the RCF – Reality Combat. His two successive fights were also wins against Rick Graveson and Robet Cochran at the EC 3 and EC 6 both in 1997. His first professional defeat was via a submission against Dennis Reed at the Extreme Challenge 6 where he lost in the first round a few seconds after the 3-minute mark. He continued fighting at the Extreme Challenge up until 1998 where he had three more wins and one draw from Dave Strasser.
He also had a few fights at the Pancrase where he both experienced winning and losing from Kiuma Kunioku in 1998 where he won and from Ikuhisa MInowa where he lost, also in 1998. Serrano also fought at the USWF, the IVC, Cage Combat, Submission Fighting Championships, the Dangerzone and then back to the Extreme Challenge ring.
His latest fight was at the EC 101 where he won via submission against Scott Robinson at the first round. At present he leads the Adrian Serrano Combat Sports Gym.
Serrano has a fight record of 85 fights with 56 wins and 29 losses.