Mexican-American boxer 🇺🇸Seniesa “Super Bad” Estrada (20-0-0, 8KO) has taken the world by storm, and is becoming a singular fixture towards getting more eyes on women’s boxing. She formally validated her star-status in her last outing when she overtook longtime champion 🇲🇽Anabel Ortiz (12 title defenses in) to take her WBA Minimumweight Title. With aspirations of fast-tracking her talent due to her ability, she has goals of becoming a 2-division titlist, and will be targeting former 3-division world titlist 🇯🇵Tenkai Tsunami (28-12-1, 16KO) for her current WBO Light-Flyweight title.
Tsunami got off to a good start in her career, but hit a very rough patch midway through her course, where multiple back-to-back losses was compiled. She did however once again find her stride when she won her current title in 2018, and successfully defended it a total of four times.
On the other side, women’s boxing isn’t known for its knockouts, but most fans remember Seniesa Estrada for her record-breaking 7 second knockout over 🇺🇸Miranda Adkins as a moment tangibly easy to remember…and that, along with the talent, the personality, and the looks, have galvanized interest from a contingent that doesn’t normally follow the women’s side of the sport. Estrada / Tsunami will be third in order on the Zurdo/Ramirez 💻DAZN fight card.