Estrada and Chocolatito first clashed in November 2012 in Los Angeles, with Chocolatito efficiently defending his WBA Mild-Flyweight title through unanimous resolution, and now over eight years later, they’ll meet once more.
Mexican star Estrada (41-3 28 KOs) has established himself because the #1 fighter at 115lbs and underlined his standing with an exhilarating 11th spherical KO win over Carlos Cuadras in October in Mexico Metropolis, climbing off the canvas within the third spherical to beat his fellow countryman for the second time in his profession.
Former pound for pound #1 Chocolatito (50-2 41 KOs) recorded his personal spectacular win on the identical night time by outpointing hungry younger Mexican Israel Gonzalez within the first protection of the WBA title that he ripped from Kal Yafai with a scientific KO win in February in Texas.
Now the pair go toe-to-toe as soon as once more with supremacy at Tremendous-Flyweight on the road, and Estrada believes that he’s the person to beat second time round and that the rematch might be much more thrilling than the primary battle.
“I’m stronger and have extra want than the primary battle,” stated Estrada. “We’re each champions and we’re going to need to win this battle. Within the first battle, I used to be 21 years previous and I had no expertise of massive worldwide fights, he was a pound for pound star at the moment however now I believe this time it favors me.
“We’re combating two weight courses above the primary battle, so it’s already very totally different. I do know that I can win this time. I do know it’s a tricky battle and I believe it will likely be a greater battle, however I’ve already confronted him, I do know his qualities and I really feel that I can beat a fighter who has been knocked out.”
Estrada and Chocolatito conflict on an enormous night time of motion within the Lone Star state, with their battle considered one of three World title bouts.
Jessica McCaskill (9-2 3 KOs) defends the undisputed World Welterweight crown she ripped from Cecilia Brækhus (36-1 9 KOs) in August whereas new Matchroom signing Hiroto Kyoguchi (14-0 9 KOs) defends his WBA and Ring Journal World Mild-Flyweight titles in opposition to Axel Vega (14-3-1 8 KOs).