Estrada has 42 wins, 28 by knockout, with three defeats (Photo: EFE)
Mexican francisco ‘Gallo Estrada defeated Nicaraguan Roman “Chocolatito” on Saturday by a split decision. Gonzalez retains the WBC super flyweight title and stripped the World League title from his rival.
In a match you can win or draw, Judges voted 117-111, 115-113 for Mexico, and 115-113 for Nicaragua. Estrada took the lead in the first round with a few strokes, but later “Chocolaito” imposed conditions in the second and third rounds, with good left-hand handling and precision strikes.
“Rooster” looked better at four, benefiting from exchanges; Nika made a difference in his favor with the hook in fifth, but sixth The Mexican went a short distance and took the best hits With good commissions.
The fight reached the middle with no apparent advantage to anyone, and the same happened in the seventh round, with both of them standing in the center of the ring and striking collectively without falling. Estrada had a slight advantage, but in eighth place Central America’s defense was better, in addition to the failure of the Mexican. Even the two went out to decide. The “Chocolatito” was a punching machine in rounds 9 and 10, but found a response from Estrada., The eleventh winner.
“Gallo” Gonzalez won by unanimous decision (Photo: EFE / Jorge Torres / File)
The last round was a summary of previous sessions, with Estrada showing good hand and leg speed and had the lead in the last minute against a major defensive opponent who responded to the attacks. Estrada had 42 wins, 28 by knockout, and three losses, and Gonzalez suffered a third setback with 50 wins, 41 by fast lane., Plus a first loss to a competitor from Mexico, after 20 wins.
Shortly before American Jessica McCaskill and Japanese Hiroto Kyoguchi retained their world titles. McCaskill defeated Norway’s Cecilia Braicos unanimously for the second time in less than a year. He maintained the belts of all organizations at welterweight, while Kyosguchi defeated Mexican Axel Aragon by knockout in five rounds and went on as a lightweight flyweight champion in the World Boxing Association.
McCaskill overcame his opponent by unanimous decision. “It was a close fight, and I have to watch it again. She’s a very tough woman and I have to congratulate her.”Precus said after the confrontation. The Norwegian has recorded 36 wins and 2 losses so far. He has bagged his WBC, WBA, IBF and WBO belts between 2014 and 2020.
Boxer Roman “Chocolatito” González failed to defeat the Mexican (Photo: EFE / Jorge Torres / File)
Last year, Precus considered leaving the ring. However, after McCaskill’s victory, the Norwegian stated that she would be willing to back down in a third match with McCaskill or whatever other challenge she could face. “I love boxing and if there was a good fight for me then I would be there ”, Confirmed.
Throughout the event on American Airlines, The legendary Marvin Hagler was honored, One of the best middleweight fighters in history, died this Saturday at the age of 66.
Hagler the “magnificent” came to To be the undisputed middleweight champion between 1980 and 1987 and starred in some of the most epic matches of the sport’s golden age., Face other legends such as “Sugar” Ray Leonard and Panamanian Roberto Doran.
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