Seniesa Superbad Estrada

19 - 0
8 KOs
flyweight

Seniesa Estrada was born and raised in East Los Angeles and started boxing at the age of eight, becoming a multiple-time National Champion, two-time Junior Olympic National Champion and USA National Champion, all by the age of 16.

Fighter Stats

Height: 5'3"
Birthdate: June 26, 1992
Age: 28
Birthplace: East Los Angeles, CA
Hometown: East Los Angeles, CA
Stance: Orthodox

Fighter Biography

Seniesa Estrada was born and raised in East Los Angeles and started boxing at the age of eight, becoming a multiple-time National Champion, two-time Junior Olympic National Champion and USA National Champion, all by the age of 16. She has had over 100 amateur fights and is currently 17-0 in professional women’s boxing (with 6 KOs) as well as the WBC Silver Light Flyweight Champion. Since turning professional in 2011, the 26-year-old has developed into one of the biggest names in women’s boxing, fighting on important cards in Southern California and in Mexico, where she captured a regional title in November 2018.

Estrada loved to watch fights with her dad Joe Estrada, which is how she became interested in the sport. However, as a little girl, she was told that girls can’t box. Despite being turned down by a boxing gym, Estrada determinedly fought to prove the naysayers wrong and succeed in the ring. Without any females in the sport to model herself after, Estrada had to train with and take on the boys at the gym. Today, as one of America’s top female boxers, she’s one of the first women to sign a prestigious professional contract with Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy and was the first woman to participate in LA Fight Club.

In 2018, Estrada experienced one of the best fights of her career, scoring a fourth-round technical knockout victory against Debora Rengifo (10-6-1, 5 KOs) of Rio Chico, Venezuela to capture the vacant WBC Silver Light Flyweight Title in a 10-round match in Mexico. Having held the WBC Silver Light Flyweight title since last November, Estrada has made one defense of her title, which was a stoppage win after five rounds against Yenifer Leon back in February 2019.

In June 2019, Estrada defended her WBC Silver Light Flyweight title for a second time in a 10-round win against former world title challenger Gretchen Abanie at The Avalon in Hollywood, California.

Now, Estrada will have the opportunity to settle a heated rivalry in the ring with Marlen Esparza. Both female boxers will be fighting for the vacant Interim WBA Flyweight Title in the Canelo vs. Kovalev undercard on November 2nd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas

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