Seniesa Superbad Estrada

21 - 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: 29
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 had over 100 amateur fights before turning professional in 2011 to embark on a journey that has developed her into one of the most popular names in the sport.

Estrada loved to watch fights with her dad, Joe Estrada. That is how she became interested in the sport. However, as a little girl, she was told that girls couldn’t box. Despite being turned down by a local boxing gym, Estrada fought to prove the naysayers wrong and to succeed in the ring.

Due to the lack of young girls in the sport at the time, Estrada had to train and spar with the boys at the gym. This without a doubt helped to develop her toughness and to strengthen her resolve in the ring. Today, as one of America’s top female boxers, she’s one of the first women to sign a prestigious professional contract with Golden Boy.

In 2018, Estrada experienced one of the best fights of her career, scoring a fourth-round technical knockout victory against Debora Rengifo of Rio Chico, Venezuela to capture the vacant WBC Silver Light Flyweight Title in a 10-round match in Mexico. In 2019, Estrada made two defenses of her regional title, which were against Yenifer Leon and Gretchen Abanie.

Estrada then moved up to 112 pounds to face Marlen Esparza on the undercard of Canelo vs. Kovalev in November 2019, defeating the Olympic Bronze medalist by technical decision and capturing the interim WBA Interim Flyweight championship.

In 2020, Seniesa Estrada returned to the 108-pound division to defend her WBC Light Flyweight Championship by making quick work of Miranda Adkins.

In her last bout, Seniesa Estrada scored the most important win of her career, a 12-round unanimous decision win against reigning champion Anabel Ortiz to become the WBA Minimumweight World Champion.

Estrada’s goal is to become a champion in three weight divisions and to continue being a stellar example for others in the sport. She is well on her way.

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